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We dedicate the Mirror to tw< 



The class of 1966 wishes to dedicate the 
Mirror to our housemaster, Mr. Joseph Levey, 
to acknowledge the help and understanding he 
has given us in our formative years. We feel his 
guidance and extra efforts have contributed to a 
greater appreciation of the importance of our 
senior year. We have been proud to have as our 
housemaster, Mr. Levey, a man with whom we 
hope we have left indelible memories. 



and relaxing . 



People who are dedicated 



The members of the class of 1 966 wish to ac- 
knowledge the efforts of Mr. Timothy M. Fitz- 
gerald. A very versatile person, Mr. Fitzgerald 
has worked for the class at the time-consuming 
job of an advisor to the Mirror and the Talent 
Show. He has worked with the class, never for- 
getting his job, as a Math teacher, a human 
being, and a friend. With great respect and 
gratitude, we wish to dedicate the 1966 Mirror 
to the man with whom we hope memories of 
us will linger, as we, from his contributions, go 
on to a successful life, the path of which he 
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FOREWORD 



Is it possible that our senior 
year is over? Can it be that our 
school years are truly gone? 
Many experiences have been 
foremost in our senior year. The 
Mirror has attempted to capture 
all the learning, fun, worry, vic- 
tory, heartaches, hard work, ex- 
pectations and accomplishments 
which were the highlights of our 
high school career. We hope 
that the many hours we have 
spent on the 1966 Mirror have 
fulfilled our desire to paint a pic- 
ture of those years which you 
will want to remember as the 
best! 

Bruce Rosen 
Eileen O'Neill 




The Boss 




SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



James Fitzgerald 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 
HEADMASTER 



MIRROR MESSAGE 



I am pleased that you have chosen to dedicate 
your yearbook to your housemaster, Mr. F. Joseph Levey. 
He has truly worked hard with you since September 1963 
and your class is a credit to him. He and your teachers 
are people with a touch of immortality in that you will 
direct others from their examples and they in turn will 
guide others ad infinitum. 

As 1966 marks the end of your stay and mine 

at Waltham High School, although from a different age 

level, we can all optimistically face our future with 

hope. As Robert Frost advises: 

"The woods are lovely, dark and deep 
And I have many miles to go before I sleep." 

Remember always our days at Waltham High School as they 

are reflected in this Mirror of 1966. 

Ad multos annos 

William J. Gallagher 



James FitzGerald 
Superintendent 



WALTHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Vocational High School 

100 Summer Street 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154 



Telephone TWinbrook 3-8050 



Lloyd F. VanArsdale 
Director 



To The Class of 1966: 

Congratulations and best wishes to every member 
of this year's graduating class. 

Twelve years of formal school education are now 
behind you and you have played your part very well in 
bringing about your development to young manhood. You 
have provided yourselves with a base for future learning 
on the job or in a post-secondary program to continue 
your education. 

I sincerely hope that all of you will continue to 
seek additional aid for more education and to acquire a 
greater thirst for knowledge. In your future years, 
these values will spread and contribute in many ways to 
the well being of all citizens in Waltham, in this state, 
and throughout the United States. 

The graduates of 1966 will be a source of pride to 
the faculty, to the school, and to the city. 

Sincerely, 

Lloyd P. Van Arsdale 









WILLIAM 
GALLAGHER 



Headmaster 





LLOYD 
VAN ARSDALE 



Vocational 
Director 





MR. JAMES FITZGERALD 
Superintendent of Schools 



MR. VERNER ROBINSON 
Assistant Superintendent 





MR. EDWARD D. MAY, JR. 
Assistant Headmaster 



MRS. JOSEPHINE HUGHES 
Main Office Secretary 



Housemasters 




Junior 
House 




Senior 
House 




Sophomore 
House 



IN MEMORIAM 




MR. HENRY KLEIN 



Perhaps in the artist's silence of a brush on canvas, we will miss him most. 
In these quiet contemplations, we will remember sorrowfully the loss of Mr. 
Klein, a dynamic man, filled with an inner bravado as brilliant as the colors he 
painted, and driven by the somberness of an artist's serious devotion to his work. 
Never believing in the mechanics of brush plus paint equals picture, Mr. Klein 
taught us far greater lessons. He held our innate love of creation above our 
individual talents. An inspiration and a guide, he gave us beauty and taught us 
to love it. 






BERNARD COLLINS 


CONSTANCE E. 


ALBERT D. FLIGHT 


JOSEPH H. HALL 


MARGARET 


MARION 


Boston College 


DORIN 


Salem Teacher's 


Boston University 


HOGARTY 


MacQUARRIE 


State College at 


New York University 


College 


School Treasurer 


Regis College 


Boston University 


Boston 




Business Manager 
Class Activities 






Honor Society 
Committee 




MARGUERITE B. 

MARR 
Boston University 
Boston College 
Brown University 




JOHN PERONI 
Salem State 
Boston University 



MARY MOONEY 
Boston University 
Simmons College 
Dramatic Group 




MARIE MORRIS 
Green Mt. Junior 

College 
Boston University 
Boston College 




KATHERINE MURPHY 
Salem State 
Boston University 





SHIRLEY E. MURPHY 
Regis College 
State College at 
Boston 



MARGARET SNOW 


ELEANOR J. 


University of Maine 


TAHANEY 


Northeastern 


State College at 


Northeastern Business 


Boston 


College 


Boston University 




Harvard 




Adviser: F.T.A. 




GEORGE TYNER 
Boston College 
State College at 
Boston 




DAVID OPIE 
Boston University 



Department 
Head 




HAZEL B. MOORE 
State Colleges at 

Plymouth and 

Fitchburg 



Business Department 



KATHERINE E. 


ALICIA H. KOLEDO 


RACHEL RECK 


GERTRUDE 


JANICE BEAULNE 


JUDY CURTIS 


DEVAN.E 


Boston College 


Simmons College 


JOHNSON 


Southern Connecticut 


Brigham Young 


Emmanuel College 






University of 


College 


University 


Boston College 






Wisconsin 




Boston University 


Columbia University 













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JEAN PAQUETTE 
Simmons College 
Literary Society 
adviser 



Not 
Available 





JANE MclNTOSH LYNN CLAFLIN 

Penn State University Connecticut College 



RICHARD L. 
COLLINS 
Brandeis University 



KATHLEEN 

THORNTON 
Boston College 
Senior Play Adviser 



DONALD F. 

PROHOVICH 
Holy Cross College 
University of 

Massachusetts 




LILLIAN S. SHIRLEY 
Boston University 
Column Adviser 



JOANME D. 

LOHMAN 
University of 

Wisconsin 
Adviser to Folk Song 

Society 



BARBARA WILLETT 
University of 

Michigan 
Adviser to 

Cheerleaders 



DIANNE TABOR 
Mount Holyoke 
Adviser to Ski Club 



Department 
Head 




CAROLE J. 

BOWMAN 
Kansas State College 
Adviser to Debate 

Club 



RICHARD F. HOOD 
Dartmouth College 
Harvard University 



English Department 



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M. CLARE 

CUNNINGHAM 
Boston College 





ANTHONY J. 
AARUGALA 
Boston College 
Syracuse University 



JUDITH A. MAZZA 
Emmanuel College 
Boston College 



Director of Guidance 

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 





SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT COUNSELOR 



LELAND H. 

CHAPMAN 
Lowell Technological 

Institute 
Boston University 



MARGARET M. 

NOLAN 
Boston University 




CORNELIA T. 

SYLVESTER 
Regis College 
Boston University 
School Adjustment 

Advisor 





JANE C. GRACE 
Emmanuel College 
Boston University 



LAWRENCE W. 

ELLIOTT 
University of 

Massachusetts 
Golf Coach 




SARAH A. 

GIACALONE 
Regis College 
Boston College 



Guidance Department 



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ADOLPH CASO 
Northeastern 
University 
Harvard University 



FRANK J. COLLURA 
University of Arizona 
Notre Dame 
Tufts University 
Central Connecticut 

State College 
Italian Club Advisor 



JAMES J. 

DeSIMONE 
Brandeis University 
Debate Club Co- 
Sponsor 



CAROLYN R. 

FRANCE 
Florida Presbyterian 

College 
Spanish Club Adviser 




ESTHER JOHNSON 

PEMBROKE 
N.D.E.A. Institutes 
Montana and Rennes, 

France 



MARCEL LeFLEM 
University of Rennes 
State College at 

Boston 
French Club Adviser 





Picture 

Not 

Available 



MARIO MAGNO 



Picture 

Not 

Available 




RICHARD P. MERRILL 

Middlebury College 
University of Mexico 
Supervisor Modern 
Foreign Languages 



ELEANOR PACITTI 
Boston University 





GAY ANNE 
PECKHAM 

Newton 
College of the 
Sacred Heart 
Latin Club Adviser 



RENATE REIMERDES 
University of 

Vermont 
Ski Club Adviser 




KARL SPIELMANN 


DR. GEHARD 


B. DONALD 


Syracuse University 


STETINA 


THIBAULT 


Harvard University 


University of Vienna 


Boston College 




German Club Adviser 


Salem State 
N.D.E.A. 
St. Anselms 
French Club 
Student Counci 
Adviser 



Picture 

Not 

Available 



SHIRLEY ROBINS 
Stanford University 
University of Berlin 
Harvard University 



Department 
Head 



ALICE ULLMAN 
Mount Holyoke 
College La Sorbonne 
Harvard University 




VIRGINIA M. BETTS 
Tufts University 
Boston University 



Language Department 



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PRISCILLA 

AMESBURY 
Radcliffe 
Framingham State 



PAUL CURRY 
University of Detroit 
Boston University 






MARY BETH DOLAN 


TIMOTHY M. 


THOMAS E. FOLEY 


Boston College 


FITZGERALD 


Coast Guard 


Adviser: Future 


State College Boston 


Academy 


Teachers 


Boston College 


University of 




Marquette University 


Massachusetts 




Yearbook Literary 


Coach of Tennis Team 




Adviser 






Talent Show Adviser 







DIANA JUDKINS 
University of Maine 
Pennsylvania State 
University 



MURIEL KUDERA 
Jersey City State 
College 






JOSEPH H. 

LEVESQUE 
University of 

Connecticut 
Fairfield University 
Tulane University 




JOHN J. REGAN 


EMILY TOBIN 


ANTHONY VALLELY 


Suffolk University 


Boston College 


Northeastern 




Chess Club Adviser 


University 




LEON B. MEADER 
Wheaton College 
University of Maine 




HENRY O'BRIEN 
Boston College 
Coach Swim Team 
Rifle Team Adviser 



Department 
Head 




THOMAS LYNCH 
Boston College 



Math Department 



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HAL AMRHEIN 
University of Maine 



JANE M. FLEMING 
Regis College 




SONYA GEROKOULIS 

Staten College at 

Boston 

Boston University 

Adviser: 

Chemistry Club 





JAMES E. 

HANNAFORD 

University of Maine 
Adviser Audio-Visual 
Folk Song Club 



DR. ROSA KUBIN 
University of Vienna 





Picture 

Not 

Available 





Picture 

Not 

Available 






richard t. 
Mcknight 

Tufts University 
Suffolk University 
Adviser: Chemistry 
Club, Reflector 



KLARA MOSER 
Dickinson College 



CARL ROBERTS 
Springfield College 
University of Louisville 



FAY SALTMAN 
Brandies University 
Harvard University 



LILLIAN K. STONE 
Northeastern 
University 
Adviser: JETS 




JOSEPH WIELLETTE 
Bates College 
Boston University 
Adviser: Photography 
Club Reflector 
Chemistry Club 






SUSAN WILKES 
Swarthmore College 
University of 
California 



VAUGHN F. 
WINCHELL 
University of 
Rochester 
Brown University 
Adviser: Reflector 



RAYMOND YETTEN 
Northeastern 
University 
Baseball Coach 



Department 
Head 




ALDEN S. EAMES 
Norwich University 
University of 
Massachusetts 
Harvard University 
Boston University 
Salem State College 



Science Department 



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PEGGY BERRA 
University of 
Michigan 



EDWIN L. BLOSSOM 

Marietta College 





ESTHER L. CARNEY 
Emanuel College 
Tufts University 
Boston University 
Harvard 



ARLINE DARMEDY 
Wheaton College 



CONSTANCE COUNTS 
Radcliffe College 
Tufts University 




KAY DECKER 

St. Mary's College 

Indiana University 






EVANDER FRENCH 


MARY KELLERMAN 


BARBARA MALLONEE 


NANCY NEEDHAM 


THOMAS NEYLON 


SAUL RICHMAN 


JR. 


Clark University 


University of Maine 


Smith College 


Catholic University 


Boston University 


Tufts University 


Indiana University 


Boston University 


Syracuse University 


of America 


Columbia University 


Harvard University 






A.F.S. and Foreign 
Relations Club 
Adviser 


Boston College 
Yearbook 
Business Adviser 


U.N. Club Advisor 




JOYCE ROBY 
University of 
Rochester 



CHRISTINA M. 
SALERNO 

Smith College 
Harvard University 
Foreign Relations 
Club Adviser 




RICHARD SULLIVAN 
Boston College 
Boston State College 



MICHAEL SKANE 

Holy Cross 

Boston State College 



Department 
Head 




LOUISE McCULLOUGH 
Boston University 



Social Studies 
Department 



Special Departments 







HELEN E. CASTROS 


ELEANOR W. CHILDS 


CAROLYN E. 


DORIS HUDAK 


HAROLD KOPP 


JOHN S. KROL 


Longwood College 


Girl's Physical 


GRAVELIN 


Montclair State 


Boy's Physical 


Dartmouth College 


Coach Girls Tennis 


Education 


Boston University 


College 


Education 


Boston University 


Volleyball Adviser 


Bouve School of 


Sargent College 


Adviser Badminton 


Western Maryland 


Bridgewater State 


Cheerleaders 


Physical Education 


Coach Girls Archery 


Pep Squad 


University 


College 




Boston University 


Basketball Adviser 


Bowling 


Coach of Football 


Boston State College 




Coach Girls Tennis 


Cheerleaders 




Team 







HENRY B. 


PAULINE BABB 


EVELYN BLISS 


MAROLYN COOK 


/WARY MADDEN 


CLEMENT G. 


WORONICZ 


Framingham State 


Framingham State 


State College at 


Regis College 


PERKINS 


Boston College 


Teachers' College 


Teachers' College 


Framingham 


Head of Home 


Boston University 


Bridgewater State 




Simmons College 




Economics 


Springfield College 


College 








Department 


Director of Driver 


Adviser Weight 










Education 


Lifting Program 










Coordinator Data 
Processing 




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FRANCES FLYNN 


KATHRYN B. 


MILDRED S. NELSON 


ESTHER WILEY 


DORIS A. STONE 


RALPH NELSON 


College of St. 


MULLERVY 


Librarian 


Librarian 


Massachusetts 


Audio Visual 


Elizabeth 


University of 


Bridgewater 


Boston University 


College of Art 


Bridgewater State 


Brown University 


Rochester 


Teachers' College 






College 


Queens College 


Brown University 








Boston University 


Adelphi University 


Reading Consultant 










Providence College 












Rhode Island College 












Boston University 












Adviser Library 












Council 













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Harvard Interns 

Mathematics 




DAVID SZURLEY 
College of the 
Holy Cross 

Language 

KERSTI COLOMBANT 
Oberlin College 

ELIZABETH 

WEINSTEIN 
Smith College 




KAREN WILLIAMS 
Steten University 



English 

CHRISTINE SCOTT 
University of 
Rochester 



A Salutation 



Examining life, we find that two things, regardless of what transpires, can never 
be taken away from us— character and education. 

Keeping this in mind, we salute two people, retiring from the Waltham Public 
School System, who have shown us the way to develop character and gain a 
good education. 

In appreciation, we salute Mr. William Gallagher, who, as a diligent teacher 
and our present headmaster, has produced admirable efforts in giving a part of 
his life, so that past and present students of Waltham schools could benefit from 
his part in our learning processes and our character development. 

With our utmost respect, we salute Miss Arline Darmedy, who, after forty-one 
years of faithful service to the Waltham 'Public School System, has helped to 
educate the youths who, in their lives as adults, will never forget her efforts to 
teach the history of our country. With the education she has given us, we hope 
we have gained the insight to develop characters fine enough to continue the 
heritage of a country of which we want her always to be proud. 



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JOHN C. BACK 
State College at 
Boston 
Automotive 



ANTONIO J. A. 

DAMIAN 
Salem State College 
Suffolk University 
Academic 





LOUIS E. DANIELS 
Fitchburg State 
College 
Electronics 



JOSEPH DEMAIO 
State College at 
Boston 
Printing 





FRANK GOODWIN 
State College at 
Boston 
Printing 



KENNETH A. 
HARDING 
University of Maine 
Equipment Manager 
Academic 




NORMAN J. HENDRY 

Fitchburg State 

College 

Student Governmeni 

Adviser 

Faculty Manager 

Football 

Machine Drafting 







CHARLES HERTIGAN 


ALEXANDER 


FREDERICK J. 


CARL A. LANDO 


Salem State College 


KAPAMAGIAN 


LAMBERT 


Machine 


Academic 


Fitchburg State 


Fitchburg State 




Adviser: Student 


College 


College 




Exchange Vocational 


Automotive 


Printing 




Views 


Department 







Vocational Faculty 



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JOHN T. 


LEHANE 


Fitchburg 


State 


College 




Welding 








JOHN J. McCLOSKY 
Machine 






THOMAS A. PROCUP 
Machine 





Vocational Faculty 




ARTHUR L QUINN 
Academic 
Boston College 
Director of Athletics 




WILLIAM C. RAY 


SAMUEL A. RUSSELL 


WILFRED F. 


SALVATORE A. 


Boston College 


Fitchburg State 


ST. MARTIN 


SCIMEMI 


Guidance 


College 


Fitchburg State 


Fitchburg State 


Joint co-ordinator 


Carpentry 


College 


College 


Federal Work 




Electronics 


Auto Body 


Study Program 










GEORGE A. STANLEY 


ERNEST VISCARELLO 


WALTER H. WEIDNER 


CALVIN KALISHMAN 


Fitchburg State 


State College at 


University of 


Fitchburg State 


College 


Boston 


Maryland 


College 


Wentworth Institute 


Adviser: Safety 


Boston University 


Auto Mechanics 


Franklin Institute 


Committee 


State College at 




Carpentry 




Boston 

Distributive Education 





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Bruce Rosen 
Eileen O'Neill 
David Cincotta 



Sports 



Layout 




Karen Frostig, Mr. Paul Shea, Deborah Muise, Sandra Camuti, Art Editor, 
Forrest Beaton, Alicia Questrom 



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Business Staff 




Row /: S. Coleman, A. Collura, J. Beagan, N. Mclvor, S. Ballo, Leslie Fox, M. Maloney. 
Row //: J. Green, I. Stolowski, B. Deveau, M. Johnson, D. Cincotta, Business Editor, 

AA. Cutting, M. Short, C. Sennett, M. O'Neill, M. O'Connell 
Row ///: P. Scannell, G. Barnes, L. Huffman, K. Frostig, AA. Saramnian, T. Poirier, C. 

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Row //: Linda Kelley, Janet Hanley, Pat Rizzo. 



Photography 



Typing Staff 





Bob Kellner, Gary Freedman 



Literary Staff 




Row /.- B. Tushin, AA. Short, A. Gustavson, E. Salo, AA. Davenport, D. Cane, S. Giacosanzio. 

Row //.- J. Carney, AA. Johnson, AA. Chaffee, AA. Cutting, A. Quirk, S. Ballo, C. Katz, J. Samson, C. Sennett, F. Mitchell, J. Benger, 

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THOMAS ABEL 
73 Francis St. 
Vocational-Printing 

Brown-eyed Tom likes to eat steak 
with Fred, Bob, and Frank. The 
2:30 bell rates high with this sen- 
ior. Tom, who plans to further his 
education at M.I.T. knows that "He 
who hath a trade hath an estate." 

Activities: Sfudent Government Exchange, 
3, 4. 



STEPHEN AFFLECK 
13 Alder Road 

Business 

Down goes another pistachio nut, 
when Steve starts playing his guitar 
with the guys. This red-haired, 
history-lover is often seen .at De- 
mocracy sessions with Bill, Bruce, 
and Rich. Good luck in whatever 
you do Steve! 
Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA ALMADA 
1472 Howard St. 

Business-Account 

Brown-haired Barbara likes the 2:30 
bell best at W. H. S. . . . Martha, 
Stella, and Sandy say spaghetti rates 
high with "Domets", whose fav- 
orite subject is business machines. 
Her future plans include office 
work. 



LOUIS AMELIA 
17 Daniels Center 
College II 

"Hi Zeke!" Loui? may be hearc 
yelling to Carl, Ace, or Linda or 
his way to his favorite class 
English with Mr. Prohovich. Steal 
and U. S. History also rate higr 
with Louis. Best of luck in College 
Louis! 





ALAN AM1RALIAN 
46 Oakley Lane 
College II 

Most of you know "Al" in his 
Hawk'-s.uit, for Al was the winged 
mascot of our triumphant 1965 foot- 
ball team. Al also gave the bas- 
ketball team his assistance by keep- 
ing score during its season. Friendly 
Al Jikes W. H. S. extracurricular ac- 
tivities, especially rallies. 

Activities: News Column Staff; J.V. Base- 
ball Equipment manager, Varsity Base- 
ball Scorekeeper, 2, 3, 4. 



WALTHEA ANDREWS 
942 Trapelo Road 

College I 

Blonde blue-eyed "Walthy" thinks 
that outdoor passing is a "wild 
craze" at W. H. S. Chinese food 
rates high with this L.S.J.H. grad- 
uate, Her friends Lorna, Linda, and 
Donna will vouch that English is 
a fun period to enjoy together. 
Future plans include college. 



CHARLES RICHARD 
ANNUNCIATA, JR. 
110 Albermarle Road 
College II 

"Watch out!" yells "Nunzy" as he 
crawls from beneath a jacked-up 
car. As Cliff, Neil, and John know, 
this senior spends most of his spare 
time working on cars— the rest is 
devoted to girls and pizza. We're 
sure Uncle Sam will welcome 
"Nunzy" after graduation. 



JOHN ARCHDEACON 
42 Reservoir Road 
Honors 

Red-headed "Arch" digs Pizza and 
Math Classes. "O.K. don't believe 
me, You'll see." shouts "Arch" tc 
friends Tony, Jim, and Joe, as he 
wins another game of tennis. This 
North Junior High grad thinks thai 
classmates are the best at W.H.S. 
"Arch" plans to major in Math a1 
Tufts. 

Activities: Math Club, 4; Chemistry Club, 
2, 3; Russian Club, 2, 3, 4. 



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PAUL ARCHDEACON 
67 Brewster Road 

College I 

Our "Archie" isn't from the comic 
strip but he's just as well known 
around W.H.S. Squirrel, Steve, and 
Ronnie enjoy skiing with Paul, who 
is quite an enthusiast of the sport. 
Paul says that math and lunch rate 
highly on his list of favorites. Fu- 
ture plans include a college educa- 
tion. 
Activities: Ski Club, 3, 4. 



LINDA ARIZMENDI 
38 Shore Road 
College I 

"Aye, Aye, Aye", shouts "Boo" as 
she comes from her favorite class, 
Spanish ...enjoys playing the pi- 
ano, knitting, cooking, dancing and 
eating pizza with Debbie, Ellie and 
Louie. Plans for college include ma- 
joring in Spanish. Buena suerte! 

Activities: Honor Society Member; Italian 
Club, 4; Spanish Club President, 3, 4; 
Red Cross Representative. 



ROBERT ARSENAULT 
29 Hiawatha Avenue 

Business Accounting 
"I doubt it" Bob can be heard say- 
ing to Gail, Mike, Doug, and Donna 
as he sits down to his favorite 
meal, lobsters. Hockey, football, 
and cars are Bob's favorite hob- 
bies when he's not in Miss Tabor's 
English or Miss Tahaney's Business 
Machines class at W.H.S. Plans in- 
clude college after graduation with 
accounting as his aim. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 3; 
Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club, 
2, 3; Red Cross Chairman, 2, 3; Junior 
Achievement, 2, 3. 



SANDRA ASARO 
125 Pine Street 

Business 

"Nice talk," says Sandy to friends 
Stella, Carol and Paul. Sandy often 
enjoys pizza after a great day at a 
football game. Good luck in your 
future plans to become a clerk- 
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LORRAINE ARNOLD 
43 Stearns Street 

Business Stenographic 

"What's new?" shouts "Lolly" to 
Janet, Debby and Mary Ann, while 
enroute to a football game. After a 
night of bowling, pizza and fried 
clams at Mike's seem to rate high 
with this ex-South Juniorite. Does 
anybody need a good secretary? 



CAROL ARNONE 
37 Whittier Avenue 
Curriculum II 

"Grr! Beat that team!" "Tiger" is al- 
ways seen at Waltham High football 
games, cheering and yelling her 
team to victory. After her favorite 
class in school, Business Law, "Ti- 
ger" eagerly waits for the dismissal 
bell. Then she, Ronnie, Elaine and 
Stella enter the nearest ice cream 
parlor for "Tiger's" favorite pistach- 
io ice cream. After graduation, 
Tiger hopes to attend business 
school. 



CATHERINE ATTARDO 
1 1 Bellevue Street 

Business Stenographic 
"Lina," as she is known to Gerry, 
Mirella, Rosemary, looks forward to 
English classes at W.H.S. Football 
games and ravioli really rate high 
with Catherine. The future holds a 
secretarial job for her. 



ROBERT AUCOIN 
7 Russell Street 
College II 

Brown-eyed Bob, a veteran of St. 
Mary's, likes hamburgers in the 
W.H.S. cafe. Wally, Ron, and Buster 
know history is his academic favor- 
ite. Agriculture School will mould 
Bob a future career upon gradua- 
tion. We think he'll make a fine 
civic-minded farmer. 




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JOHN BACE 

402 Lincoln Street 

College II 

If John isn't busy enjoying a good 
pot roast dinner, most likely he's 
working on his car. Cars are John's 
favorite hobby and his friends Bud- 
dy, Dave, and Debbie will attest to 
that. "Gym is the greatest at 
W.H.S.," says John, "and the varia- 
tions of subjects are grand." Fu- 
ture plans include attending en- 
gineering school and going into 
the Navy. 



DONNA BACHELDER 
70 Hawthorne Road 
Stenographic 

Anyone looking for "Batch"? She 
can be found driving around with 
Ginny, Karen, and Lynda looking 
for a place to buy a mocha soda. 
Donna's eyes light up when she 
has one of her long discussions in 
shorthand class with Miss Hogarty. 
A business school will gladly wel- 
come Donna. 

Activities; Mirror Business and Art Staffs, 
4; French Club, 2, 3 ; Pep Squad, 2, 3. 



WALTER BARDSLEY 
39 Woodland Road 

College II 

"Oh no!" says Wally as he stares at 
all the lovely girls who are walking 
down the corridor. Wally, who has 
been hardened to cafeteria food at 
Kennedy Junior High, sits with his 
friends John, Bob and Buster, enjoy- 
ing the delicious spaghetti, during 
three of the five lunches. Wally 
looks forward to future plans of at- 
tending college and the service. 



VIRGINIA BARNES 
296 Bacon Street 

College I 

When not going to hockey games, 
"Ginny" can be found with Barb, 
Donna, and Fern eating a pizza. 
Biology class and third lunch with 
all the kids really rates! She plans 
to attend nursing school. Luck to 
you in everything, Ginny. 

Activities: Mirror Literary and Subscrip- 
tion, 4; French Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 
2; Pep Squad, 2, 3; Clinic Staff, 2, 3, 
4; Mr. Levey's office, 2, 3, 4; FNA 
Secretary, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Prom 
Committees. 





PETER J. BACK 
33 Prouty Road 
Printing 

"Pete", a hot rod enthusiast, came 
to us from "old" Burlington High. 
He chums around with Fal, Bill, and 
Chiz. This lover of roast beef would 
like to further his education to be- 
come a teacher like his father. 



STEPHANIE BALLO 
88 Willow Street 

College I 

College bound "Stef" came to us 
from South Junior High. "Ya right", 
she shouts to her Spy Wagon 
friends while she enjoys a slice of 
pizza. She finds art appreciation 
classes "very enjoyable." In coming 
years, Saturday afternoon football 
games will be fond memories for 
petite Stef. 

Activities;: Mirror Literary Staff, 4; 
Latin Club, 2; Italian Club, 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad, 2; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Literary 
Society, 4. 



GRACE BASILE 
138 Clark Street 
Stenographic 

"You're kidding" quips "Grease", 
who hails from South Junior, to 
Fran, Margie, and Maureen. Along 
with bowling and fried clams, 
"Grease" rates her shorthand class- 
es, studies, proms, and the 2:30 bell 
high on her list of favorites. A sec- 
retarial school will welcome Grace! 



ROBERT BASS 

40 Wayne Avenue 

College I 

"Not quite" yells blonde, blue-eyed 
"Sam" to Toney, Ed, and Dave as 
they try to take his toasted B.L.T. 
"Sam" likes the eating and class- 
room facilities at W.H.S. and thinks 
the sports teams are the greatest. 
He is hoping to attend Northeastern 
University to become an engineer. 
We know you'll be a success! 

Activities: German Club, 3, Chemistry 
Club, 3; Future Scientists of America, 3. 




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STELLA BASTARACHE 
22 John Street 

College II 

Stella, a native of New Brunswick, 
enjoys her Math class most at 
W.H.S. She can be heard exclaim- 
ing "Oh yeah!" or asking Margie, 
Ray, and Carol "Are you kidding 
me?" Stella, an avid swimmer and 
letterwriter, sees marriage in the 
future. 




LORNA-JEAN BECKWITH 
200 Warren Street 

College I 

Paulette and Linda tell us this blue- 
eyed senior's favorite diversions are 
ice skating, hiking, camping, and 
dancing. Pizza-loving "L.J." will re- 
member W.H.S. for her history 
classes and the football and basket- 
ball games, Junior college and a 
career in secretarial work are in her 
future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Senior Play, 4; 
F.T.A., 3, 4. 





CAROL BAUMANN 
22 Brightwood Road 

Stenographic 

Brigham's chocolate ice cream cones 
with jimmies rate high with Carol, 
as Sis, Sally, and Margie will agree. 
A North Junior graduate, she enjoys 
school sports and Miss Hogarty's 
shorthand classes at W.H.S. the 
most. Business School or junior col- 
lege is included in Carol's future 
plans. 

Activities! Mirror Business Staff, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 
2; Waltham Youth Council, 2; Talent 
Show, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4. 



JANICE BEAGAN 
25 Amherst Avenue 

College II 

"What a panic." cries blond "Bub- 
bles" referring to football, basket- 
ball, and hockey games, and Mr. 
Prohovich. Bubbles who comes from 
L.S.J. H. rates Math as her favorite 
subject at W.H.S., as friends Janice, 
Joan, and Yvonne tell us. College 
is in her future. 

Activities: Student Council, 2; Pep Squad, 
4; Maroon Squad, 4; Senior Play, 4; 
Ski Club, 4; Dramatics Club, 2; Senior 
Prom Committee, 4. 



FOREST BEATON 
331 Grove Street 

College II 

"Woody" of course, is a natural 

nickname for this talented fellow, 

responsible for decorations for 

proms and school productions. But 

Woody is very content roller skating 

or just talking art with Tony, Steve, 

and Sean. It's a lucky break for the 

art world that "Woody" intends to 

go on with his artistic work. 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 3, 4; 
20th end 21st AAA Poster Contest. 




GEORGE BEGIN 
183 Hillcroft Road 

College II 

Golf courses — here he comes! 
George is enthusiastic about most 
sports at W.H.S. on and off cam- 
pus; golf is his major interest. Biol- 
ogy, sporting events, and dances 
are most intriguing to him. As Al, 
Don, and Bob know, George wants 
to attend college after graduation. 
Best of luck to this sports lover! 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3; Chemistry 
Club, 3. 



STEPHEN BEHNKE 
75 Hillcroft Road 
College I 

"What time does this period end!" 
shouts brown-eyed Steve to Bill and 
Tom. Although Steve likes English 
classes, the 2:30 bell on Friday is 
his favorite part of the W.H.S. week. 
His Journalism classes proved to be 
very influential, as Steve's future 
plans include majoring in public re- 
lations in college. 
Activities: Golf Team, 3, 4 



JANET BENGER 
126 Brewster Road 

Honors 

Bright-eyed "Jan" is always busy 
either with one of her many activi- 
ties or just "fooling around" eating 
twinkies or pizza with Jan, Carol, 
Dottie and Sally. This avid fan of our 
football and basketball teams partic- 
ipates in sailing, riding, swimming, 
and skiing. 

Activities: Girls Sports: Literory Staff, 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 3, 4: 
Ski Club, 2, 3; Russian Club, 3, 4 ; 
Literory Society, 4; Talent Show, 4; Pep 
Squad, 2, 3; Germon Club, 2, 3, 4. 



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SCOTT BENNETT 
6 Gibbs Court 
College I 

"Chief" is a former student of 
North Junior who likes to collect 
records. Scott thinks the languages 
offered at W.H.S. are great. Tony 
and Jim with whom Scott is often 
seen, hope Scott will be a success 
at B.U. next year. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4 Treas- 
urer, 3; Russian Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4. 



SHEILA BERG 
25 Myrtle Street 

Business 

"Forget it!", advises Sheila to 
friends Sue and Claudia. Although 
her favorite pastime is dancing, 
Sheila will always remember the 
rallies, football games and dances 
at W.H.S. Since her favorite class is 
typing, Sheila plans a future in sec- 
retarial work. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 



PAUL BERGESEN 

16 Wheelock Terrace 

College I 

Paul, an alumnus of North Jr. High, 
enjoys hamburgers and driving a- 
round with Tony, Gerry, and Mark 
in his car. He is also enthusiastic 
about dances in the cafe and law 
class with Mr. Peroni. 
Activities: Jr. Achievement, 4. 



ANDREA BERNARDI 
35 Gregory Street 

Business 

"See me later" shouts Andy to 
friends Karen, Diane, and Carol. 
Coming to us from Kennedy Jr. 
High, dancing, cooking, and Italian 
food, are tops on this senior's list 
of fun. The people and the 2:30 
bell are what she enjoys most about 
W.H.S. Her future plans include at- 
tending business and hairdressing 
school. 




THOMAS BERRY 
199 Russell Street 

College I 

When Tom was asked about his fa- 
vorite food, he replied enthusiasti- 
cally "Everything!" This blue-eyed 
blond-haired senior is a North Jun- 
ior graduate. Ralph, Ken, and Al 
frequently hear Tommy say, "So 
what do you think!" as he whizzes 
past them to P.O.D., his favorite 
class. Tom is planning a future as 
an aeronautical technician. We 
wish the best of luck to him. 
Activities: Basketball Team, 2, 3, 4. 



ALBERT BERTRAND 
83 Plympton Street 

College II 

"Ya, right?" says Al when offered 
steak by friends Mark, Neil, and 
Joe. Al likes his technical drawing 
class at W.H.S. but would prefer 
horseback riding anytime. His future 
includes his going into a branch of 
the service. 



BARBARA BILANSKY 
19 Francis Street 
College I 

When not tackling her homework 
enthusiastically, Barbara can be 
found making her own clothes or 
knitting with Janet, Mary, and Ruth. 
Spending the summer with under- 
privileged children proved to be 
exciting to Barbara. She intends to 
become a language teacher. 

Activities: French Club, 4; German Club, 
4; F.T.A., 2, 3, 4; Language Lab, 4; 
Main Office Staff, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee, 4. 



DENNIS BLACK 
25 Chase Road 
Vocational Printing 

Dennis is the Vocational Representa- 
tive on the Waltham Youth Council. 
Although he likes English, his favor- 
ite saying is "life begins at 2:30". 
Dennis, a loyal Hawk fan, always 
stopped his favorite hobby, sleep- 
ing, long enough to root the foot- 
ball team on. Our best wishes go to 
this brown-haired senior. 
Activities: Waltham Youth Council, 4. 



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RICHARD BLACK 
150 Trapelo Road 

College II 

Down goes another watermelon as 
"Dickie" hurries off to English class. 
Cafeteria food of all kinds is best 
loved by Dick, as friends John, Jim- 
my and Rick know. This college 
preparatory senior has plans for 
further education after graduation. 



JANET BLASIOLI 
37 Berdshire Road 

Stenographic 

"Oh, my nerves," shouts "Tootsie" 
to friends Elli, Lorraine, and Kinny. 
This creative senior rates arts and 
crafts, bowling, and eating (anoth- 
er pizza-lover), at the top of her 
list. She enjoys art classes, football 
games, dances, and field trips best 
at W.H.S. Her future plans include 
Rittness School of Floral Designing. 
Activities: Art awards, 2, 3, 4. 



ANTHONY BONICA 
73 Taylor Street 
Auto Mechanics 

"Tony" really looks forward to shop 
in Auto Mechanics. He thinks cars 
are "neat" but enjoys eating pizza 
with Dick, Bob, and Mike. Tony's 
favorites are boating and water 
skiing. We wish brown-eyed Tony 
luck in his future career as a truck 
mechanic 




BRENT BONNYMAN 
9 Parmenter Road 

College I 

If Brent had his way, we'd stay in 
homeroom all day or he'd settle for 
Mr. Winchell's earth science classes. 
During his spare time, Brent likes to 
fish, collect coins, and hike. In the 
future we may find this geologist 
searching the layers of the earth for 
priceless stone. 




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WILLIAM BOISVERT 
9 Meadow Lane 

College I 

Having the ordinary hair and eye 
color of brown hasn't caused 
"Captain" to be ordinary. Billy can 
easily put a smile on unhappy 
faces. He can be seen going to 
his favorite class, P.O.D. with John, 
Bat, and Bodenks, or engaging in 
numerous sports activities. His fu- 
ture plans include a happy college 
career. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3, 4; 
President, 4. 



JEANNE BONAZZI 
1 2 Blossom Street 

Clerk Typist 

If you hear someone shouting 
"That's what you think!" in the cor- 
ridors, it's probably Jeannie on her 
way to filing class. Cathy says Jean- 
nie likes pizza when she's not sew- 
ing or skating. Robert and Richard 
Beauty Academy will welcome this 
vivacious senior as a student. 



LOIS BORGES 
285 Newton Street 

Honors 

Popular Lpis often tells Loxie, Mar- 
cia, and Petie, "You're kidding." 
She enjoys math with "Mr. Fitz", 
hockey games, and riding "around." 
This sub-enthusiast plans to be a 
French teacher after her college 
days 

Activities: Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., 
3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff, 4; Mr. Mo- 
rang's Staff, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; 
Newspaper Staff, 2. 



BRADLEY BOSSMAN 
203 Brown Street 

College II 

"Fan your ankle", says blond 
"Brad" as he dashes to tech draw- 
ing. Brad, a gymnastics enthusiast, 
can often be found eating subs 
with John, and Richard, to keep up 
his energy. After graduation he 
plans to work for a sign company 
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CAROL BOUCHER 
40 Galen Street 
Business 

"Are you kidding me?" asks athletic 
"BooBoo", "Of course I enjoy 
horseback riding, lunch and the 
2:30 bell." Donna, Sue, and Jane 
wish their friend luck at Aquinas 
Secretarial School where she will 
prepare for a career as a medical 
secretary. 

Activities: Volleyball, Softball, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Basketball. 



LORRAINE BOUCHER 
53 Fiske Street 
Business 

"Hi there!" shouts "Shorty" to 
Jeannette and Stella as they down 
another pizza in Michael Anthony's. 
Typing class and studies in W-204 
are loved best by this senior. A ca- 
reer in the sky as an airline hostess 
is in store for this North Junior 
Alumna. 




SYLVIO BOUCHER 
53 Fiske Street 

Business 

We asked "Syl"if it were true that 
he disliked pizza. "Are you kid- 
ding?" he scoffed. Paul, Phil, and 
Jim verified that Syl is all for this 
Italian treat after bowling. This 
brown-eyed, brown-haired business 
course senior likes the 2:30 bell, but 
business law holds his attention 
between 8:15 and the end of the 
day. 



PATRICIA BOURQUE 
85 Overland Road 

College II 

"Gr-r-r isn't he nice," says Pat to 
Joan, Cheryl and Ellen when she's 
on her way to Mr. Meader's Math 
class. Pat enjoys steak, swimming 
and history. Future plans for her in- 
clude college. 

Activities: Home Room Representative, 3; 
German Club, 2; Pep Squad; Language 
Lob Assistant, 2. 



PAULETTE BOURQUE 
92 Cushing Street 

Stenographic 

"Surely you jest," this popular sen- 
ior tells Mary Ann, Jean, and Linda. 
"Duck" thinks some of the teachers 
are very nice! English is her favorite 
subject at W.H.S. This pizza-loving 
stenography student plans to at- 
tend business school after gradua- 
tion. 



SANDRA BOWLEY 
201 Ash Street 

College II 

"How Do?" shouts "Sandi" as she 
downs her spaghetti lunch after 
playing her guitar. "Homecom- 
ing" and graduation rate high with 
this South Junior graduate. Friends 
Kathy, Karen, and Cheryl agree that 
"Sandi" will fare well as a Biology 
major at college. 

Activities: Library Council, 4; V.P. Clinic 
Staff, 4; Sr. House Office, 4; F.N. A., 
4; Ski Club, 4. 



SHIRLEY BOWMAN 
89 Princeton Avenue 
Stenographic 

When not at football games, blue- 
eyed Shirley can be found listening 
to records and eating french fries 
and hamburgers with friends Karen, 
Betty, and Barbara. Coming to us 
from Lexington St. Junior High, 
Shirley enjoys shorthand, typing 
classes and lunch time best at 
W.H.S. Future plans include a secre- 
tarial career. 



DEBORAH BRACKETT 
37 Weston Street 

Honors 

"Debby"comes to W.H.S. from Sha- 
dy Hill School, Northfield, Mass. 
This brown-haired, green-eyed miss 
enjoys bird-watching and making 
pottery. "Onward' and upward" she 
often encourages friends Stepha- 
nie, Debby, and Audrey. The popu- 
lar Merit Scholarship semi-finalist 
liked "the kids and Science De- 
partment" most of all at W.H.S. 
"Debby" plans to attend college 
and major in her favorite subject, 
Biology. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, 4; Thayer 
Academy Summer Program, 3; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Holiday Science Lectures, 3. 




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MARY BRANDT 
71 Dix Street 

College I 

"What? It's two thirty!" says Mary, 
our artistic senior, when the last pe- 
riod bell rings. Besides enjoying 
eating lunch (especially brownies) 
with Susan, Marilyn and Kathy, 
Mary also likes her German class. 
Painting and drawing keep her 
busy now as they will in a career in 
fashion design after college. 




CLIFF BRODERICK 
199 Dale Street 

College II 

"I know the guy!" says "Glymph," 
perhaps referring to friends Kev, 
Larry, or John. An avid skier, swim- 
mer, and eater, "Glymph" enjoys 
English and the last periods on Fri- 
days at W.H.S. Upon graduation, 
Cliff plans to enter the Service. 



JOHN A. BRAY, JR. 
27 Clements Road 
Honors 

"In your heart you know I'm right", 
declares history minded Jack pro- 
testing against over-crowded third 
lunches. Jack enjoys a good thick 
steak with friends Don, Bob, and 
John when not in his favorite histo- 
ry class with Mr. Richman or Math 
class with Mr. Fitz. This history- 
minded senior looks forward to a 
future in political science. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 4; Debating Club, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club, 3; U.N. Forum, 4, Presi- 
dent; History Award 3. 



CHERYl BREAULT 
16 Hatherly. Road 

College II 

"Cher" can be seen after school 
eating a strawberry sundae while 
listening to her favorite records. She 
is often accompanied from English 
to Mr. Franco's French class by 
Yvonne, Debbie, and Kathy. Maybe 
someday Waltham will be lucky 
enough to have this future teacher 
as a member of its faculty! 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 



CORRINE BROWN 
9-C Prospect Hill Lane 
College I 

"Who hasn't seen vivacious "Corri- 
ney," the co-captain of pur cheer- 
leaders, lending spirit to the W.H.S. 
sports teams? This energetic miss 
enjoys dances, rallies, "cool" chem- 
istry teachers, her German classes. 
When not drinking chocolate 
frappes with Sandy, Judie, Ollie, 
and Mary, she dreams of her fu- 
ture as a Regis College student, 
and then as a teacher. If happi- 
ness leads to success, Corrine will 
be a successful alumna. 

Activities: Cheerleading, 3, 4, Co-Cap- 
tain, 4; German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Spanish Club, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee, 4, 



JOSEPH BROWN 
50 Wamsutta Avenue 
College II 

Joe enjoys swimming and cars, and 
eating pizza with friends Steve, 
Ray, and Bruce. This brown-eyed, 
blonde-haired senior is also en- 
thusiastic about his favorite subject. 
Math. "Brownie", an alumnus of 
Kennedy Junior High plans to serve 
the Red, White, and Blue as a sailor. 



JANET BREHM 

40 Copeland Street 

Honors 

"Don't be absurd!" scoffs Janet 
while tearing around Waltham with 
Carol, Jan, Sally, and Dottie. T. L.'s 
math IV honors class is her favorite, 
while pizza, coke, subs and other 
health foods top her likes. Mr. 
Boyd's homeroom and basketball 
and football games best at Waltham 
High. After graduation Bates or U. 
Mass await this bright Ouija Board 
expert. 

Activities: Notionol Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3; Chem- 
istry Club, 4 ; T.W.A.W.H. Staff, 2, 3, 4; 
German Club, 3, 4. 





GAIL BRYANT 
157 Myrtle Street 
Stenographic 

If there's snow on the ground Gail 
will be around; for skiing, skating, 
and toboganning are tops as far as 
this red-haired senior is concerned. 
When not outdoors, she is at bas- 
ketball or hockey games with 
Donna. 

Activities: Mirror Representative, 2, Mir- 
ror Business Staff, 4; French Club, 2; 
Pep Squad, 2, 3; Junior Achievement, 3. 



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MATTHEW BUONOMO 
32 Fiske Street 

College II 

"Matty" came to Waltham High 
from St. Mary's. This brown-haired, 
hazel-green-eyed senior enjoys col- 
lecting L.P.'s. "What are you going 
to do if the sun don't shine?" 
Does that sound familiar? It does 
for Bob Brendan, and Walt. When 
asked what he likes best about 
Waltham High, Matt replies, hun- 
grily, "Lunch!" Besides lunch, Matt 
also enjoys history and eating all 
sea foods. College awaits Matt 
after graduation. 



BRUCE BURKE 
195 Robbins Street 
Business 

Bruce's interest in machinery proba- 
bly started with his Manual Training 
classes at South Junior. During free 
time Bruce also can be found camp- 
ing on Cape Cod or boating with 
Carl, Joe, and Andy. Bruce enjoys 
passing to classes, lunch, gym, and 
school activities best at W.H.S. His 
future plans include attending Ritt- 
ner's School of Floral Art 
Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 3. 



THOMAS BURKE 
63 Circle Drive 

Carpentry Vocational 
When brown-eyed Tom isn't smil- 
ing, eating steak, or saying "Go 
Hawks", he can be found with 
friends Andy, Ed, and Bob in the 
Official Hawks car. Sports rate high 
with "T" who plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation. 

Activities: Class officer, Secretary-treas- 
urer, 4; National Honor Society, Treas- 
urer, 4; Maroon Squad, 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Government Exchange, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3, 4; 
Talent Show, 2, 3, 4; Mirror Staff, 4. 



JOHN BURNS 

51 Lakeview Drive 

College II 

"Son of a gun," says "Johnny Boy 
hailing from L.S.J.H. An avid ba 
ketball and football enthusias 
"Johnny Boy" also enjoys Englis 
with Mr. Prohovich. Friends Mike 
Joe, and Buster affirm that "Joht 
ny Boy" thought the "atmosphere 
at W.H.S. was the most! Best c 
luck with your college plans, Johi 
Activities: Student Council, 3. 




SHEILA BURNS 
18 Wheelock Road 

Honors 

Sheila, our co-editor of "This Week 
at Waltham High", finds time to 
squeeze tennis, reading, and swim- 
ming into her busy schedule. 
Sparked by Dottie, Janet, Eileen, 
and Mary, football games, and 
dances, Sheila finds the spirit of 
Waltham High kids just "great". 
Naturally, English with Miss Tabor 
rates high with this future English 
teacher. "Bona fortuna." 

Activities: Newspaper Reporter, 3, 4, Co- 
Editor-in-chief, 4; Latin Club, 2, 4, Vice- 
President, 2; Chemistry Club, 4; FTA, 3, 
4. 



RICHARD BUSHWAY 
440 Forest Street 

Technical 

"Let's not and say we did," "Bush" 
frequently tells Bob, Warren, and 
"Buckwheat." This technical student 
is an extremely active fellow. Math 
IV and V courses rate high with 
"Bush". Richard, the Waltham 
Junior Achievement President of 
the year won an Achievers Award 
as well as a Junior Executive 
Award in that organization. After 
attending the Webb Institute or 
the University of Michigan, "Bush" 
plans a career in Naval Architecture 
and Marine Engineering. 

Activities: Senior Play, 4; Talent Show, 
4; Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 
2, 3, 4; J.E.T.S., 4. 



KATHLEEN BYRD 
52 School Avenue 

College II 

"Yeh, Right" quips Kathy to Cheryl, 
Yvonne, or Evelyn on her way to 
English; cheese cakes, banana splits, 
records, and radio take up this 
brown-haired, blue-eyed future 
teacher's time 

Activities: Spanish Club, 3; Student Coun- 
cil Representative and Class Rep., 4; Au- 
dio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar, 
4. 



JUDITH CAIN 
32 Everett Street 
College I 

Hi! says this perky co-captain o 
the cheerleaders as she cheers thi 
Hawks to victory. Judie flips ove 
eating Lasagna when she's not ir 
her favorite French class with Mrs 
Johnson. This Lex. St. Juniorite 
loves football, basketball, and hock 
ey games as Corrine and Sandy wel 
know. Look out, Judie may be walk 
ing the halls of W.H.S. as a French 
teacher after college! 

Activities: Cheerleading, 3, 4, co-captain 
4; Latin club, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom rep., 2; 
Chemistry Club, 4; Pep squad, 2; Library 
Council, 2; Mr. Levey office, 3, 4; Drama- 
tic club, 2; Prom Committee, 3, 4. 



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JOAN CALLAHAN 
386 Forest Street 
College I 

Who's the blond with the crew in 
the Spy Wagon? Why, it's Joanie, 
our Senior Treasurer. Joanie loves 
talking, as Les will agree, if she 
hasn't got a mouth full of lasagna. 
Our "spy" likes all the football, 
basketball, and hockey games at 
W.H.S. best. Second in her line of 
favorites is her math class. Does this 
mean we have another math teacher 
on our hands? 

Activities: Senior Treasurer, 4; Literary 
Staff, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee, 3; Senior Prom Committee, 4. 



JOHN CALSON 
31 Chase Road 

College II 

"Cal" is an alumnus of Kennedy 
Junior who likes a good fight and 
enjoys playing the drums. This 
brown-eyed senior savors "every- 
thing edible" and is fond of vaca- 
tions of any kind. Chips knows 
when "Cal" says "Fords go" he 
speaks from experience as a car- 
s p e e d-equipment-salesman and 
owner. Although he is undecided 
about the future, we wish him ev- 
ery success. 



GEORGE CAMPBELL 
173 Newton Street 

College I 

Who can forget the football per- 
formances by No. 85? This brown- 
eyed sports enthusiast, usually seen 
with Buster, Johnny, and Zuke, 
rates English as his favorite subject 
and thinks Coach Kopp is the great- 
est. Best of luck in the future, 
George. 

Activities: Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball Team, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4. 



KAREN CAMPBELL 
4 Cedarcroft Lane 

Business Stenographic 
"Ask me if I care," calls Karen as 
she joins her friends Kathy, Diane, 
and Jean. At W.H.S. she particularly 
enjoys her shorthand class and va- 
cations. We wish this senior the 
best of luck in the future in steno- 
type school. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL 
74 Cherry Street 

College II 

"No fooling," exclaims this hazel- 
eyed South Junior alumnus when 
asked if algebra I was his favorite 
class at W.H.S. "Soupy" enjoys the 
lunch periods and dismissal 
bells at W.H.S. He likes boats, girls, 
and working on cars. Ace, Rich, 
Greecy, and Chick know college is 
in this fellow's future. 



RODNEY W. CAMPBELL 
74 Cherry Street 

College II 

"No fooling" muses "Soupy" as 
Ace, Rich, Greecy, and Chick join 
him in solving a problem of auto 
mechanics. Our hazel-eyed choco- 
late-cake devourer has college in 
mind for the future, perhaps with 
a major in math, his favorite 
W.H.S. subject. 



SANDRA CAMUTI 
12 Elson Road 

Co//ege // 

Who's the girl with the happy 
smile? It's Sandy Camuti, cheer- 
leader and friend of Corrine and 
Judie. When not dashing from bas- 
ketball games to cheering to stu- 
dent council and prom committee 
meetings, Sandy finds time to be 
art editor for the Mirror. College 
and a career in art are planned 
for this girl's future. 

Activities: Cheerleader, 4; Home Room 
Representative, 3; Yearbook Art Staff, 

2, 3, Art Editor, 4; Prom Committee, 

3, 4; Dramatics Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Talent 
Show, 2, 3, 4. 



DONNA CANE 
45 Dobbins Street 
Honors 

"Hallelujah", sighs Donna when 
she sees that Marie, Stephanie, and 
Janet have saved her a seat at third 
lunch. Co-editing the Chi Sigma 
Gamma Newsletter and playing ten- 
nis ^ake up this redhead's spare 
time. Next fall will find Donna in 
college, continuing her practice of 
chomping apples while reading or 
writing. 

Activities: literary Staff, 4; Newspaper 
Sloff, 4; Nationol Honor Society, 3. 4; 
German Club, 2, 3; Latin Club, 2; Chem- 
istry Club, 3, 4, Chemistry Newsletter 
co-editor, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3. 4 
language lab Assistant, 2, 3; Moin Office 
Sloff, 4; Sophomore House Office, 3. 





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JEAN CAPPADONA 
653 Beaver Street 
College II 

"You'd better do it" says "Action" 
to Sue, Gilda, and Joan. This Ken- 
nedy Jr. high alumna will always 
remember gym, lunch, and typing 
classes at W.H.S. Jean, also known 
as Cappy, is fond of Italian food 
and watching the Hawks football 
games. Aquinas Secretarial School is 
on Jean's agenda. 

Activities: Italian Club, 2, 3, 4; FNA, 
2, 3; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 
4 ; Glee Club, 3. 



LANA CARAAAANICA 
46 Elson Road 

Business 

Lana came to W.H.S. from LSJH. 
She liked lunch periods and the 
dismissal bell best, as Roy well 
knows. Ask this senior, whose fav- 
orite food is spaghetti, about her 
future plans and you will get the 
one word reply, marriage. 



LAWRENCE CARDARELLI 
143 Chaffee Avenue 

College I 

If you don't know what "B.F." 
means, you can always ask Larry 
or friends Bud, Gerard, or Dennis. 
Larry comes to us via North Jun- 
ior. Fun-loving Larry enjoys math, 
eating juicy steaks and getting out 
at 2:30. Future plans include col- 
lege. 

Activities: Mirror Rep., 2, 3; Alternate 
homeroom rep., 2, 3, 4; Russian Club, 
2, 3; Chemistry Club, 3; Gymnastic 
Team, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3; Ski Club, 3. 



STEPHEN CARME 
802 Main Street 

Business 

Steve, who loves gym and steak, 
can most be found with George, 
Mike, and Rudy. He enjoys the not- 
so-crowded fifth luncb most of all. 
A real sports enthusiast, Steve is a 
member of our football and basket- 
ball teams. Steve's future plans in- 
clude college. 

Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 
3, 4. 



JOHN CARNEY 
30 Leonard Street 

College I 

St. Mary's High gave us brown- 
eyed John who says that skiing and 
folk music are great. To Doug and 
Arthur, John will say, "you must be 
off your nut." He'll think about 
how much he'll miss POD and 
English class next year when he 
goes to college. 

Activities: Newspaper, 2, 3; Ski Club, 4; 
Folk Song Club, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4; 
Dramatics Club, 2, 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee, 4. 




ARMAND CASAL-E 
67 Hibiscus Avenue 
College II 

Ace, who came to us from Kennedy 
Junior, enjoys singing and eating 
steak, studies, and watching a good 
football game. He often asks Tony, 
Jess, and Carl "how's it going, 
Zick?" This talented artist plans to 
enter the field of art after attend- 
ing Mass. College of Art. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff, 2, 3, 4; 
Boston Globe Gold Medal Certificate, 3. 



STEPHANIE CASALE 
26 Banbury Avenue 
Honors 

Creativity is the key to Stephanie's 
hobbies, painting and potting. 
Debbie, Andrea, and Pat attest that 
English and Russian are her favorite 
fields of study. This year Stef 
was among the WHS students at- 
tending Brandeis, where she hopes 
to follow a liberal arts course in 
the fall. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Debating Club, " 2, 3, 4; 
Language Lab Asst., 2, 3, 4; Russian 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; Merit 
Letter of Commendation, 4. 




ELTRONESE CASEFINKO 
134 Over-Yonder Lane 

Basketweaving 

Electronese can often be found 

feeding the pigeons by the shores 

of the Swannee River. "I'll be a 

cotton pickin' pea-picker" says Eltrie 

while enjoying the Waldolf cuisine. 

Good luck as a flapjack-flipper, 

Eltronese. 

Activities: Girls Discus Throwing Team, 
2, 3, 4; Banister-Sliding Club, 4. 





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LOUIS CASELLA 
27 Gordod Street 

College I 

This brown-eyed alumnus of St. 
Charles loves the alternating sched- 
ule of Waltham High. Louie can usu- 
ally be found bowling, playing 
pool, or eating a sizzling steak with 
Mario, Jimmie, and John. College, 
Or what?" says Louie. We wish 
him the best of luck. 



THERESA CELLUCCI 
27 Friend Street 

Business Clerical 

Dances and fashion shows rate "A's" 
with "Terry," which is understand- 
able because among her hobbies are 
dancing and sewing. This lobster 
addict hopes to become a dental 
assistant. 

Activities: llolion Club 2; Chemistry Club, 
3; Pep Squad, 3, 4. 



MARIA LYNN CHAFFEE 
130 Forest Street 

Honors 

Brown-haired, green-eyed "Chaf" 
found that the Talent Show was the 
best thing about W.H.S. This lively 
senior endorses Jello with nuts as 
her favorite food. "Chaf" enjoys 
many hobbies including tennis, 
swimming, and dancing. When not 
involved in the burden of home- 
work, or in her activities "Chaf" fits 
in time for her favorite subject- 
English. College lies ahead for 
"Chaf" and we wish her the best 
of luck. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Stalf, 4; Talent 
Show Choreographer, 4; Senior play, 4. 



CAROL CHAISSON 
20 Oakley Lane 
Honors 

If you think Carol is quiet, you'd 
better look again. This senior can 
be found in the Chemistry Club or 
getting coffee and doughnuts for 
her friends. Carol will certainly be 
a success in the future. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3; 
Senior Play Committee, 4. 




JAMES CHAISSON 
16 Fiske Avenue 

College I 

"Happy days are here again" apt- 
ly describes Jim's feelings toward 
his senior year at W.H.S. Jim takes 
pleasure not only in solving math 
problems but also in swimming and 
skiing. According to Scott, Johnny, 
and Gus, Jim would like to attend 
college after graduation. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4; Russian 
Club, 3, 4. 



SUSAN CHANE 
69 Grant Street 

College I 

"How come?" chirps Sue exub- 
erantly. Donna and Mary hint that 
Sue finds cooking and folk music 
almost as "great" as chocolate chip 
cookies. There'll be no more 2:30 
bells for Sue to enjoy when she 
joins the Telephone Company as an 
"operator". 

Activities: Mirror Representative, 2; 
Yearbook Literary, 4; Newspaper Re- 
porter, 3, Latin Club, 2; Dramatic Club, 
2; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Maroon 
Squad, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Red Cross 
Representative, 4. 



MARIANNE CHARTIER 
859 Lexington St. 

College II 

"I'm going to be late for algebra!" 
cries "Mac" as she races away from 
gym class with Marg and Bev. This 
blue-eyed fan of subs and sundaes 
hopes to go on to business school 
after graduation. 

Activities Moroon Squad, 4; Language 
Lab Assistont, 4; Talent Show, 4. 



RALPH CHERSONSKY 
7 Lawton Place 
Printing 

Ralph comes to Waltham High from 
East Junior High School in neigh- 
boring Watertown. This brown-eyed 
baseball fan enjoys history and 
steak. He is looking forward to a 
career in the printing business. 



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DAVID CHIASSON 
23 Highland Street 

Business 

"Want to go to get a pizza and 
Frappe?" "Davie" can be heard 
asking Sam, Larry, and Bob. This 
blond, blue-eyed senior keeps 
physically fit in Waltham High's Gym 
so he'll have no problems in joining 
the Air Force at the end of the sum- 
mer. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff, 2; Glee 
club, 2; Swim Team, Senior Room Com- 
mittee, 4. 



LINDA CHIASSON 
124 AAarivista Avenue 

Stenographic 

"Get outta' my way" screams Linda 
as she elbows her way to her locker 
at lunch time. "I was here first", 
retorts her locker neighbor. Mean- 
while Cathy, Nancy, Jim and Elaine 
wait patiently by. Office work is 
this girl's aim, that is, after she gets 
into~her locker! 



LOUISE CHIASSON 
117 Charles Street 

Business 

"Cuddles", whose motto is "I'll 
never tell", came to us from St. 
Charles High. Next to pizza, Louise 
enjoys football games and the kids 
best at W.H.S. After graduation, thi: 
pretty blue-eyed miss plans to do 
office work. 



THERESA CHIASSON 
121 Clark Street 

Stenographic 

Driving and reading rate high 
"Terry" who came to us from 5 
Junior. "Oh, forget it!" she sa 
Cora, Betty, and Sue walk witl 
to their favorite class — typing 
za is her favorite food. She 
kids, football games, and i 
best. "Terry" wants to work i 
office after graduation. 





DAVID CINCOTTA 
270 River Street 

Honors 

"How's it going?" asks Dave as he 
rushes into the Mirror Office. Popu- 
lar Dave divides his time and talents 
between his work on the school 
newspaper and the 1966 Mirror. Mr. 
Lynch often reminds him that work 
in Math IV can't be neglected. His 
brown eyes see a future as a lawyer 
in store, after he brightens the cam- 
pus of some college 

Activities: Waltham Youth Council, 4; 
Talent show business Manager, 4; Mir- 
ror Business Editor, 4; German Club, 2; 
Basketball Manager, 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 
staff, 4. 



JOHN CINCOTTA 
284 Weston Street 

College I 

Don Bob and Don say that John 

like"d bomb scares, assemblies, and 

early dismissals at Waltham High. 

This expert member of the Rifle 

Club enjoys sketching and playing 

his guitar in his spare time. After 

graduation he plans to go to art 

school. 

Activities: Rifle Club, Treas., 2, 3, 4; 
Rifles Troph. for Outstanding Soph. High 
sharpshooter, High Ind. Score, 3. 




MARY CINCOTTA 
105 River Street 

Business 

This popular brown-haired senior 
can be seen with Barbara and Carol 
exclaiming "Oh my Goodness!" She 
enjoys football games, rallies, and 
Sports of all types. Her aspirations 
are to attend a business school, per- 
haps to prepare for a career as an 
accountant. 




ROSEMARY CINCOTTA 
105 River Street 

Stenographic 
Football games and roast bee 
light up "Rosie's" sparkling r. 
eyes. English also rates a 
right!", too. This amiable Soutl 
iorite has plans for secretarial 
after graduation. 



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PAUL CLARE 

18 Brookway Court 

College I 

An active sportsman, "Blur" is an 
end on the W.H.S. football team. He 
considers his biology class his most 
interesting course. Don, Jeff, and 
Don know this popular athlete likes 
chicken pie, the students, "some" 
of the teachers, and all of the 
sports. After graduation "Blur" will 
make tracks for college with a col- 
lege degree as his goal line! 

Activities: Football, 4; Chemistry Club, 
3, 4; Audio-Visual, 2. 





CAROL CLARK 
10 Hays Road 
8us/ness Stenographic 

Cheerful Carol can be seen roller 
skating or eating steak with Bar- 
bara, Mary Ann, and Ginny Ann. 
This green-eyed senior enjoys sew- 
ing her own clothes, and going to 
Mrs. Shirley's English classes. She 
hopes to continue her studies at a 
secretarial school. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment, 2. 



JOHN CLARKE 

10 Parsons Avenue 

Honors 

Congenial "Jackie-Bobby", who has 
a friendly smile for everyone, usual- 
ly expresses his dismay (as Al, 
Gary, and Charles will affirm) with 
"Qu'est-ce que nous allons faire?!!" 
In this senior's opinion, the best as- 
pect of W.H.S. was Miss Hogan's 
Math III class. John's fluency in 
speaking and interest in people will 
contribute to a successful career in 
the field of ministry. 

Activities: Notional Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Latin Club, 2, 3; Chemistry Club, 4; 
Language Lab Assistant, 2, 3, 4; United 
Nations Forum, 3, 4, Vice-President; Bran- 
deis Student, 4. 



RONALD CLOUGH 
12 Gilman Road 

College II 

"Obviously"! says this blond senior 
when asked if he likes Math III or 
pizza. . .Bob, Larry, and Steve share 
Ron's affinity for early dismissals 
and lunch . . . Future plans include 
college. Good luck! 
Activities Rifle Club, 2, 4.. 



ETHEL COBB 
21 Summer Avenue 
College II 

A former North Junior High student 
"Feffi" enjoys the student teachers, 
kids from SO-2, and lunch periods 
at W.H.S. "Next joke"! exclaims 
"Feffi" when talking to Ellie, Judie, 
and Elaine while eating lasagna. 
Swimming and boating are among 
her favorites. Typing with Mr. Tyner 
has helped to prepare her for busi- 
ness school. 

Activities. Pep Squad, 2; Senior Play, 4; 
Home Economics Representative, 2, 3, 4; 
Mr. Morang's Office Staff, 4; Talent Show, 
4; Maroon Squad, 4. 



JEFFREY COBURN 
76 Hamilton Road 

College I 

Brown-eyed "Stretch" enjoys meet- 
ing new people. At W.H.S. he 
surely has his fill of friends, as 
Steve and Bob know. After gradu- 
ating from W.H.S., "Stretch" hopes 
to attend college. 
Activities.- Swim Team, 3, 4. 



ROBERT CODE 
10 Washington Avenue 
Distributive Education 
"Bobby" came to us from South 
Junior. Friends Donald, Georgie, 
Lanny, and "Woody" say if Bobby 
isn't water skiing, he's usually eat- 
ing Italian food. Retailing rates first 
with "Bobby", who also likes the 
2:30 bell. After graduation "Bobby" 
jlans to enlist for a career with 
Uncle Sam. 
Activities-. D.E.C.A.; Audio Visual, 4. 



MARK E. COEN 
4 Boynton Street 

College I 

"Whoa, Baby!" shouts good-natured 
"Ace" as he fights the third lunch 
rush. This car and drag-racing en- 
thusiast can often be seen in the 
corridors with Tony, Paul, and John 
heading for a history class. College 
is in his future with a possible 
career in Political Science. 
Activities Swim Team, 3. 4 





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JOSEPH COLEMAN 
51 Warren Street 
College II 

Black-haired "Chuck", a South Junior 
graduate, digs loitering in the corri- 
dors with Larry and Steve, But, 
"What, no girls!" The cafe's "OK" 
when roast beef is on the menu; his 
hazel eyes perk up in English class. 
Northeastern and a career in I.B.M. 
machines are in store for "Chuck." 



SHARON COLEMAN 
125 Hillcrest Road 

Business-Clerical 

"Be good!" says "Sherry" to friends 
Ann, Donna and Kristine as they 
hurry off to typing class. This popu- 
lar hazel-eyed alumna of South Jun- 
ior loves everything about W.H.S. 
"Sherry" rates skating and bowl- 
ing high on her "favorites" list. 
Business College is included in fu- 
ture plans. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4. 



EILEEN COLL 

16 Plympton Avenue 

Stenographic 

Green-eyed Eileen, who came to 
W.H.S. from Kennedy Jr. High, en- 
joys driving, as best friends and 
passengers Diane, Kathy, and Karen 
know. Pizza and shorthand rate 
high with Eileen, who hopes to at- 
tend a two-year business school in 
the fall. 



BRADFORD COLLINS 
15 Candace Avenue 
College II 

"For crying out loud" says Brad, 
"Why doesn't W.H.S. ever serve 
steak for lunch?" Brad enjoys his 
Chemistry classes, however, if given 
a choice, we all know the 2:30 bell 
would be first on his list. In the fu- 
ture, the service is in Bradford's 
plans. 



ANN COLLURA 
286V2 River Street 

Business 

Ann's green eyes light up at the 
sight of "anything eatable!" This 
former South Juniorite is a bowling 
enthusiast who likes English classes 
best at W.H.S. Ann is always seen 
in the corridors along with Jane, 
Judy and Sherry to "check things 
out". Beautician School is in her fu- 
ture. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3. 



JOHN COLLURA 
286 1/2 River Street 
College I 

This brown-eyed South Junior alum- 
nus enjoyed Mrs. Kellerman's U.S. 
History Class most at W.H.S. Active 
in sports, John enjoys "TV pizza. 
Friends Bob, Jim, Zuke, and "Psal- 
my" tell us that college is in this 
boy's future. 

Activities: Baseball, 3; Intramural Basket- 
ball, 2, 3, 4; Italian Club, 2. 








JAMES COLL 

16 Plympton Avenue 

Drafting 

Jim's after-school "sparking" buddy 
is Mike. They're usually seen chas- 
ing fire engines or at Corrado's sub 
shop with Dick and Jimmy. Jim's 
plans include the service and work 
in the Waltham Fire Department. 

Activities: Crimson Key, 2; Waltham Youth 
Council, 4; Junior Achievement, 3. 



SALLY COLLURA 
78 Taylor Street 
Clerk-Typist 

Ask "Lee" to comment on horse- 
back riding or Harvard Square and 
she'll reply "groovey." This brown- 
eyed senior can usually be found 
with Carol, and Mary gulping down 
chocolate frappes. At Waltham High, 
"Lee's" favorites are the kids, the 
teachers, and the 2:30 bell. Since 
her favorite subject is filing, it 
seems natural that she looks for- 
ward to a career in office work. 
Activities: Newspaper-typist, 4. 




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JoANN COLOMBO 
3 Wheeler Terrace 

College II 

"Come on." That's "Jo", who is one 
of America's future nurses. Jo is oft- 
en seen eating cheeseburgers with 
Debbie, and Linda. English classes 
with Mr. Prohovich rate tops with 
Jo Ann. 

Activities: Italian Club, 3, 4; FTA, 2; 
FNA, 4; English Office, 3. 



CHARLES COLOMBO 
221 Pelham Road 

College II 

This brown-eyed former Kennedy Jr. 
High student spent many busy 
hours with the Senior Play; his per- 
formance was great, naturally. 
Charles, whose favorite subject is 
English, plans to go into social 
work after graduating from W.H.S. 

Activities: French Club, 4; United Nations 
Forum, 4; Senior Play, 4. 



MARIE COMPOSTO 
22 Reyem Street 

Honors 

Marie, an Italian food-lover, can be 
found crunching her way through a 
pizza with Jeanni and Karen any- 
time. This brown-eyed senior enjoys 
football games, English class and 
bowling. She will attend college 
and major in education this fall. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
French Club, 3, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4; 
Italian Club, 2, 3, 4; FTA, 3, 4; Glee 
Club, 3. 



STEVEN CONDELL 
91 Brewster Road 

College II 

If there's a frown upon Steve's 
brow, it's probably because one of 
his cars is not running well. But eat- 
ing pizza can always change Steve's 
facial expressions. "Squirrel", Arch, 
and "Fluffy" tell us math class and 
lunch are liked most by Steve. Col- 
lege is one of Steve's future pros- 
pects. 

Activities: Basketball, 2; Cross Country, 
2, 3 ; Track Team, 2, 3. 





Bill can never hear enough music as 
friends Steve and Louie well know. 
Playing the guitar* is his favorite 
pastime— a career in the entertain- 
ment field is his aspiration. 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 2; Out- 
door Track, 2. 



LAWRENCE CONNEARNEY 
377 Lincoln Street 
College II 

If you should hear the roar of a 
motorcycle coming down the street, 
you can be sure it's Larry This 
brown-haired, blue-eyed senior en- 
joys pizza and physics class. Dave 
and George really think that Larry's 
tops. He will follow his favorite 
subject as his major in college. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4; Rifle Club, 
4; JETS, 4. 



RICHARD COONEY 
16 Faneuil Road 

College I 

Dick is a roast beef-eater who really 

goes out for those sports! Tennis, 

swimming, and track rank highest 

with him. He also enjoys listening 

to music and collecting stamps. He's 

the "take it easy" boy whose 

scholastic interest lies in science. 

Dick can be found at all W.H.S. 's 

social activities with Don, Ed, and 

Roger. College is foremost in his 

future plans. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Track-cross 
country, 4; Indoor, 3, 4; Outdoc * 



PAUL CORBETT 
35 Summit Street 

Accounting 

While eating spaghetti, this friend 
of Dave, Danny, and Mike, says the 
best things about W.H.S. are its 
teachers, half-days, and study class- 
es. His future plans include college, 
and a trip to Europe! 

Activities: German Club, 2; Audio-Visual 
Staff, 2, 3; Junior Achievement, 3. 



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JAMES CORKERY 
118 Longfellow Road 

College II 

"Cork", as best friends Jim and 

Steve call him, likes potato chips 

and playing the guitar. With science 

his favorite subject, he hopes to 

attend Northeastern University in 

the fall. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3, 4; Jets, 4; 

Football, 2. 



DANIEL CORMIER 
284 River Street 

Vocational Auto Body 
"Froggy," as he is called by friend 
Norman, came to W.H.S. from South 
Junior. He loves all kinds of food as 
long as it's not from the cafe. Gary 
knows that Dan can be found under 
the hood of a car if he's not hunt- 
ing or fishing. Daniel looks fore- 
ward to planning a career in the 
Marines 



JANET CORMIER 
23 Hastings Avenue 
Business 

To become a topnotch business sec- 
retary is the future plan of this 
blonde lass. "Ya, sure," Janet an- 
swers when asked if she likes pizza. 
She also enjoys bowling with Irene, 
Donna, and Gloria. The big school 
and all the kids are what this blue- 
eyed senior likes most about W.H.S. 



LAWRENCE CORMIER 
36 Chesterbrook Road 
College I 

"Forget it, kid," says "Lar" to be 
friends Larry, Rodger, and Nick. La 
ry's favorite hobby is playing bas> 
ball. He likes subs, pizza, and Mat 
and P.O.D. classes. Lar enjoyed th 
extra space in the school and tr 
clean desks the most at W.H. 
Engineering at Northeastern is c 
the agenda for Lar. 
Activities-. Baseball, 2. 




MARY-ANNE CORMIER 
18 Myrtle Street 
College II 

Mary Anne came to us from Saint 
Charles. A swell housemaster im- 
presses Mary-Anne the most at 
W.H.S. "I don't like you anyway!" 
is heard as she yells at friends 
"Dweanie", and "Lin". A career as a 
beautician is foreseen in the future 
for Mary-Anne. 




REGINALD CORMIER 
61 High Street 
College I 

Blue-eyed "Reggie" always seems 
to be late, as best friends Claude, 
Billy, and Charlie know. In his spare 
time he enjoys bowling and eating 
steak. "Reggie" hopes to attend 
college after graduation. 



JEAN CORMIER 
73 Ellison Park 

Business 

"Jeannie" enjoys eating subs when 
she is not painting. She can be 
found walking to her favorite class, 
P.O.D., with Gwen, Elna, and Hazel. 
After graduation part of her life 
will be that of a dental assistant. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 




FRANCIS COTTON 
48 Miriam Road 

College II 

"Franky" is a friendly, black haire 
student who finds swimming an 
playing billiards with Mike and Toi 
much to his liking. This senior wh 
came from Kennedy Jr., thinks h 
math class is "great". With Math a 
his major, he plans to attend B.L 
next year. The knowledge he gain 
will be put to good use by this fi 
ture teacher. 



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MARY COUTU 
9 Walton Street 

Business Stenographic 
Brown-haired "Cathy" from Kenne- 
dy Junior will recall Mr. Hood's En- 
glish classes as her W.H.S. favorite. 
Linda, Jane and Peggy can affirm 
nurse's office work proved to be 
one of her most profitable and en- 
joyable pastimes. Junior college has 
caught Cathy's eye; her future path 
leads to its doors. 

Activities: Nurse's Office Staff, 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad, 4; Pep Squad, 4. 



ROBERT COX 

95 College Farm Road 

College II 

Brown-eyed Bob, who likes a good 
game of billiards with Don or Bill, 
often exclaims (over a scratched 
eight ball) "Are you for real?" Cur- 
rently, he's a math enthusiast. Col- 
lege is first on his post-graduation 
agenda. 



DEBORAH DAWN COXALL 
21 d A Calvary Street 

Business 

Debby likes the teachers, school 
spirit, fellow students, and rallies. 
She frequently exclaims "Are you 
kidding me?" to Lorraine, Janet, 
and Dianne ... is happiest when 
eating pizza ... bowls and sews to 
fill her spare time. Debby's ambi- 
tion is to become a good stenogra- 
pher. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 3. 



MARIA CRISTOFORI 
34 Oak Street 

Business Stenographic 
Maria, our English office's indispen- 
sable typist, loves fried clams and 
riding around with "Murph". As 
Margie and KiWi know, her brown 
eyes glisten with the mention of 
that one particular boy. Maria will 
miss the teachers and students at 
W.H.S. most— especially those short- 
hand classes with Miss Hogarty. Her 
future looks bright with plans for 
Junior college and a career as a le- 
gal secretary. 

Activities. Honor Society, 3, 4; Mirror 
Representolive, 4; Red Cross Rep., 2, 3, 
4; Pep Squad, 4; English Office, 4; 
Newspaper Staff* 4. 



CARL CROCKFORD 
14 Livingstone Lane 
College I 

This good-looking senior with the 
"Little GTO" really gets around. Fi- 
nally settling at Waltham High, after 
leaving the Natick and Framingham 
schools, Carl tells us he likes lunch, 
especially hamburgers, the football 
and basketball games, and the 
dances at W.H.S. best. Listening to 
the "Beach Boys" with Charlie and 
Rob, or installing rear seat speakers 
in cars, keeps Carl busy after school. 
This sociable senior will be a wel- 
come addition to any college cam- 
pus after graduation. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep., 2, 3, 4; 
Chemistry Club, 3, 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment, 3; Gymnastics, 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee, 3, 4. 



PAUL CUERDON 
96 Dobbins Street 

Honors 

Bowling with Dave, Hugh, and Joe 
is one of Paul's pastimes. When not 
in Math class, Paul can be seen in 
the cafeteria eating all the "won- 
derful desserts" offered. Social ac- 
tivities at W.H.S. keep this blue- 
eyed senior occupied. He will at- 
tend an engineering college this 
fall. 



LINDA CURREN 
85 Colburn Streer 

College II 

This brown-eyed brunette finds En- 
glish the most interesting subject at 
W.H.S. She can be seen every Satur- 
day decked out in red and white 
cheering out team to victory with 
Linda and Janet. She hopes to at- 
tend either a college or business 
school after graduation. 



MARION CUTTING 
6 Rando Lane 

College I 

The soda-fountain's the place, as 
Marion enjoys some yummy ice 
cream with her friends Margie, 
Karen, Sue, and the rest of the 
gang. School activities tend to 
keep this blue-eyed miss on the 
go. Looking beyond her four years 
at the University of Massachusetts, 
we wish Marion luck as a German 
and French teacher. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4; German 
Club, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., 3, 4, Treasurer, 4 ; 
Mirror Business and Literary Staffs, 4; 
Column Rporter, 3, 4. 





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JAMES DALFINO 
264 Seminole Avenue 

College II 

Jimmy enjoys tinkering around 
with motorcycles and sports cars 
when he isn't engrossed with his 
physics book. Rudy, Dick, and Ed 
say that Jimmy is tops. The most 
enjoyable things about W.H.S. are 
the pep rallies in the courtyard and 
lunch. When Jimmy finishes college 
he will be found flying through 
clouds as a navy pilot. 




ELAINE D'AMICIS 
84 Winter Street 

Business 

Sauntering through W.H.S. this 
horseback riding fan can be seen 
with "Charlie", Sandy, and Karen. 
With typing as her favorite subject, 
Elaine hopes to become a legal or 
medical secretary. 



MARIE DAVENPORT 
104 Dobbins Street 

Honors 

Busy Marie, nicknamed "Rumples- 
tiltskin" by best friends Donna, Car- 
ol, and Ellen, enjoys playing records 
and cartooning in her spare time. 
"Oh, Marie, you dunce" can be 
heard coming from her favorite 
class, Math 4. Marie likes apples, 
big lollipops and fighting her way 
into third lunch. Since Marie plans 
to be a writer after college, her 
great writing talent and wit will 
be appreciated by many. 

Activities: Mirror Staff, 4; German Club, 
2; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Science Office, 
3, 4; Language Lab Assistant, 2, 3, 4; 
Main Office Staff, 4; Housemaster's Of- 
fice, 2; Chemistry Club, BOD, 3, 4. 



JAMES DAVIS, JR. 
357 Beaver Street 
College I ? 

Our one and only former Richmond 
Academy Cadet, whose Waltham 
High favorite is economics class is 
a sailing enthusiast. Brown-haired 
Jim, who can really pack away 
those potatoes, can be heard ad- 
vising his buddies Pete, Carlo, and 
John, to "Grab it and Growl". 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3; J. A. 
Achiever and Sales Award, 3. 



NANCY DAY 
1060 Trapelo Road 

College I 

Nancy, who comes to us from Lex- 
ington Street Jr. High, can be seen 
rushing down the corridors at 
W.H.S. on her way to classes. Sal- 
ly and Carol agree that Nancy 
would rather be riding a horse 
than going to school anyday. Fu- 
ture plans for this active senior 
include college. 

Activities: Spanish Club, 3, 4; Junior A- 
chievement, 3, Vice-President, 3; Horse- 
back Riding Club. 



DEBORAH DEAGLE 
118 Hammond Street 

College I 

"Drag out the violins" says "Deb- 
bie-Doo" to Boo, Ellie and Teddie 
Bear on the way to a Spanish class. 
This sub-sandwich-lover will remem- 
ber all the classes, the flirting, and 
all the Spanish teachers at W.H.S. 
College is in her future, with a ca- 
reer as a Spanish teacher, of 
course. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff, 3; National 
Honor Society, 3, 4; Italian Club, 4; 
Spanish Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3; Vice- 
President, 4; Ski Club, 4; Junior A- 
chievement, 3, Secretary & Treasurer; 
Achiever Award. 

ALEXANDER DEMEO 

148 Russell Street 

Machine 

Sandy came to the Vocational from 

North Jr. High. He can be found at 

the W.H.S. cafeteria eating pizza 

with Stewy, Mac, Sepo. Future 

plans are the service. Good luck to 

you, Sandy. 

Activities: Home Room Representative, 4; 
Mirror Staff t. 



BEVERLY DEMEO 
55 Dix Street 

College I 

Beverly enjoys chocolate-chip cook- 
ies with black coffee while reading 
poetry. This brown-eyed senior's 
future plans include studying to be- 
come a medical technologist. Maybe 
this is one of the reasons she works 
so diligently at chemistry and phy- 
sics. 

Activities: Latin Club, 2; Italian Club, 
4; Chemistry Club, 4; Literary Society, 4; 
Physics Club, 4. 








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DONALD DEMOY 
29 Barton Street 

College I 

Math classes with "Mr. Fitz" rate 
tops with Don. This steak-lover, 
who came to W.H.S. from North 
Junior, enjoys playing basketball 
with Rick and Frank or going to 
dances when he's not working out 
with the track team. His post- grad- 
uation path is college-bound. 

Activities: Maroon Squad, 4; Crimson 
Key, 4; Library Council, 4; Track, Cross- 
country, 4, indoor and outdoor, 3, 4. 



LOUIS DENEAULT 
146 Seminole Avenue 

Business 

Louis, who enjoys all athletic and 
social events at W.H.S. is an alum- 
nus of Kennedy Jr. High. "What the 
heck" is "Buster's" favorite saying 
(usually directed to his friends 
John and Bill). His favorite hobbies 
include sports and eating baked 
ham and charcoal-broiled steaks. 
Buster plans to major in business 
accounting in college. 

Activities: Student Manager of the basket- 
ball squad. 



MICHAEL DENNIS 
115 Myrtle Street 

College II 

"Ya, right", declares "Bear" when 
John, Charlie, or Rudy help to make 
a W.H.S. football or basketball vic- 
tory. This tackle contributed to Wal- 
tham's undefeated football season. 
With gleaming eyes, Mike often 
tackles his favorite dish, steak. Eco- 
nomics holds much interest for 
Mike. After graduation, Michael in- 
tends to enter college. 

Activities: Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Football, 
2, 3, 4; Bosketball, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT DeSIMONE 
187 Marguerite Avenue 

College II 

"Ford, the breakfast of champions!" 
(well, so much for Wheaties). Desi 
loves anything edible and enjoys 
tinkering with his car. This study 
hall and economics lover will fare 
well at college. 







JOSEPH DeSTEFANO 
20 Oak Street 

College II 

Joe has been heard to say "this 

could mean trouble", when a 500 

lb. barbell starts slowly slipping 

from his hands! Steak keeps Joe in 

shape for track, and weight lifting. 

History and social activities are fun, 

fun, fun! We join Bud, Bob, and 

Vin, in wishing Joe all the luck in 

the world. 

Activities: Track, 2, 3, 4. 



BARBARA DEVEAU 
16 Sharon Street 

Business Clerical 

"Forget it!" says "Barb" as she 
gobbles down another cheeseburg- 
er. This brown-eyed former North 
Juniorite loves dances, football 
games, and all the W.H.S. social ac- 
tivities. Donna, Diane, Betty and 
Carol agree that she has a bright 
future as a secretary. 
Activities: Junior House Office, 4; Mirror 
Staff-subscriptions, 4; Italian Club, 3; 
Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad, 4; 
Junior Achievement, 3, 4; (secretary) 
Achiever Award. 



RONALD DeVINCENT 
82 Lawrence Street 
Vocational Printing 
When "Jesse" isn't eating lasagna 
and meatballs, he's probably riding 
around with Bill, Ace, and Steve. 
Jesse's favorite subject is math; his 
future plans include attending Ro- 
chester Institute of Technology. We 
all send blue-eyed "Jesse" our best 
wishes. 



JANICE DEVLIN 
219 Lowell Street 

Business Stenographic 

This hazel-eyed senior came to us 
from South Junior. When not in 
school, Jan can be found swimming, 
roller skating, or waiting for the 
postman. Mary Ann, Kate, and Carol 
reveal that Jan enjoys typing class 
with Miss Tehaney at W.H.S. and 
plans to become a telephone opera- 
tor. 

Activities Pep Squod, 2; Boton T- 
2, 3, 4 ; Prom Committee, 3, 4. 



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ELIZABETH DeWOLFE 
1 23 Prospect Street 

College I 

"Betty's" blue eyes light up at the 
sight of fried clams and Pepsi! This 
former North Juniorite loves attend- 
ing the W.H.S. football and basket- 
ball games with Diane, Barb, and 
Donna, or swimming or skating af- 
ter school. "Betty" will be a perky 
elementary school teacher. 

Activities: French Club, 2; F.T.A., 4; Pep 
Squad, 2, 3; Drama Club, 2; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4; J. A., 3, 4; Achiever's 
Award, 3. 



CARLO DiGUISTO 
274 School Street 

College I 

This blue-eyed senior, a native of 
Italy, came to us via North Junior. 
Carlo, who won an award for excel- 
lence in Italian, hopes to attend col- 
lege in the fall. Steve, Bill, and Wal- 
ter know he hopes to pursue math, 
his favorite subject. 

Activities: Italian Club, 2, 3, 4; Italian 
Prize, 2. 



DAVID DiGREGORIO 
104 Beaver Street 

Business 

"He-y Man," shouts "Beaver" to his 
friends Mike, and Mark as he 
plunges into a plate of Italian food. 
When he's at college, this veteran of 
North Junior will recall Miss 
Beaulne's homeroom periods as his 
W.H.S. favorites. 



JANICE DIGREGORIO 
10 Navions Lane 

Business 

"Are you for real?" asks "Mousy' 

of her friends Marie, Donna, am 

Bev, as they enjoy history class, o 

Chinese food. Homeroom period 

rate high with this South Junio 

Graduate. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 3 
Italian Club, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4 
Library Council, 3; Main office staff, 3. 




MICHEAL DiGREGORY 
770 Lincoln Street 

College II 

"Yeah right!" says "Mike" as he 
anxiously awaits the 2:30 bell. 
When he's not in school enjoying 
math classes or lunch, you can usu- 
ally find him around a pool table 
with "Hammer", "Fast Eddie", Tom, 
and Franky. His future plans include 
the Service and beautician school. 
Activities: Maroon Squad, 3, 4. 



YVONNE DiNAUTA 
69 Bowdoin Avenue 

College II 

"Von," a sports enthusiast, loves 
roller skating, bowling, and the 
"fabulous" W.H.S. football team. 
Fashionable "Von" and her friends 
are usually talking in the corridors 
on the way to P.O.D. with Mr. 
French. Good Luck in college! 



LAWRENCE DION 
1687 Trapelo Road 

College II 
>"La La, " who hails from Bank High, 
likes the sports activities at W.H.S. 
Economics is high on Larry's list 
of favorite subjects. His future 
plans include going to college to 
specialize in business management. 



ROLAND DION 
126 Bright Street 

College I 
"Them's the breaks," says "Rollie 
on his way to baseball practice, c 
to science classes at W.H.S. Dav< 
John, and Rick agree that bomr. 
scares, gym, and steak are top 
with this sports enthusiast. His fi 
ture plans include college with 
major in oceanography. 



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LEONARD Di STEFANO 
36 Newton Street 

Business 

Lenny, who comes from North Jun- 
ior, is always around when pizza is 
being served and enjoys bowling 
with Danny, Pete and Rick. The Air 
Force awaits Lenny after graduation. 



FRANCIS DOHERTY 
14 Sharon Street 

College II 

Bomb Scares and English classes 
are best liked by this hazel eyed 
basketball player. He also enjoys 
swimming and playing golf with 
Rick, Don, and Tom. Good luck at 
college, Frank! 



MARGUERITE DOUCET 
196 Brown Street 

College II 

"You must be kidding" says Margie, 
while discussing an act in the Talent 
Show or the Senior Play, with Ron- 
nie, Stella, and Carol. If not danc- 
ing, you'll find Margie consuming 
clams at the nearest restaurant. Her 
goal . . . Business school. 
Activities: National Honor Society, 2. 



PAULETTE DOUCETTE 
46 Spring Street 

College I 

To "Paul", a former St. Pierre's stu- 
dent, an ideal day at W.H.S. is com- 
pleted by spiritual football rally. 
Kate, Mary ann and Nancy attest 
that collecting records is one of 
"Paul's" most pleasurable pastimes. 
Next fall Paulette, whose favorite 
subject is German, hopes to enter 
either Framingham or Boston State. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3; Ger- 
man Club, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Junior 
Achievement, 3-Achiever's Award; House 
Master's Officer, 2, 3, 4. 




PATRICIA DOHERTY 
38 Willow Street 

College I 

"Son of a gun," is Pat's favorite 
saying. This former South Juniorite 
says that besides spaghetti, she en- 
joys history best at W.H.S. Her 
other interests include driving and 
talking as her friends Andy, Steph- 
anie, and Ellen would tell. After 
graduation, Pat plans to attend col- 
lege. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad, 2; Language Lab Assistant, 2, 
3; Chemistry Club Board of Directors; 
Glee Club, 2, 3; United Nations Forum, 4 
(Secretary); Senior Prom Committee. 



ROBERT DOUCETTE 
27 Fuller Street 

Distributive Education 
"Are you serious?" asks "Duce" of 
Richie, Billy, and Ted. Retailing 
classes, teachers and the kids rate 
high with this S.J.H. alumnus. Also 
high ranking are pizzas and bowl- 
ing with "Duce", who plans to en- 
ter the service after graduation. 
Activities: DECA 




DORINNE DOUCET 
37 Bolton Street 

Business 

"Dee Dee", who came to us from St. 
Charles High, enjoys typing best at 
W.H.S. She enjoys meeting her 
friends Mary Anne, Donna, and An- 
nette at the football games or pass- 
ing from one class to another. After 
graduation "Dee Dee" plans to be- 
come a hair dresser. 



RONALD DOUCETTE 
10 Norumbega Terrace 

Vocational Electronics 
"Tubby" spends his time playing 
pool or working on cars with Jack, 
Bill and Gerry. This blonde, blue- 
eyed senior enjoyed his shop class- 
es most at W.H.S. and will continue 
to enjoy spicy Italian food. His 
training in the field of electronics 
will be put to good use as he en- 
ters the Service this fall. 




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BARBARA DOUGLAS 
71 Milner Street 

Stenographic 

Blue-eyed "Barbs", our pizza and 
records fan, came to W.'H.S. from 
Kennedy Jr. High. She can be found 
at the football games cheering 
"Come on" to the team with Shirl, 
Karen, and Eileen. Her sophomore 
year, and shorthand classes rank as 
her W.H.S. favorites. Barbara plans 
to map her future in either a busi- 
ness school or college. 
Activities: Temperance Award, 3. 



WARREN DOW 

578 Lexington Street 

College I 

Tooting his own horn— Baritone var- 
iety—Warren will gladly tell you 
about the all-state band for which 
he played in both his junior and 
senior years. Mr. Fitzgerald's math 
classes during the week and foot- 
ball games on weekends bring 
smiles to the face of this sen- 
ior who's bound for college in the 
fall. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Audio- 
visual Staff, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Achievement Vice-President 3; 
Northeast District Band 3; All-state Band, 
3, 4; Talent Show, 4. 



MARY DOWCETT 
65 Grove Street 

Distributive Education 

"Ya, Right!" says "Sunshine"to her 
friends Alice, Chickie, and Anne. 
Mary enjoys eating at Howard 
Johnson's or dancing at the Boy's 
Club. This ex-South Juniorite en- 
joyed most her English classes with 
Mr. Collins. Future plans include 
college. The best of luck, Mary! 



MARY KATHY DOYLE 
96 Harland Road 

Distributive Education 
Kathy spends her spare time either 
at the bowling alleys or at the mov- 
ies. Blonde-haired, blue-eyed Kathy 
comes to W.H.S. from St. Mary's. 
Math classes with Mr. Meader rate 
tops with Kathy. Kathy's future in- 
cludes a career in the world of 
fashion or as a retailer. 
Activities: Mirror Staff; Deca. 



SUSAN DRECHSLER 
112 Lowell Street 

Business 

"You've got to be kidding" screams 
this South Juniorite who enjoys 
gym and rallies best of all at W.H.S. 
If she isn't playing miniature golf 
or eating Chinese food, she's usual- 
ly with her friends Sheila, Cora and 
Terry. Green eyed "Sue" plans to 
do secretarial work after gradua- 
tion. 



PATRICIA DUFFER 
23 Tudor Street 

College II 

Brown-eyed Pat is a former Kenne- 
dy Jr. High girl who can be found 
munching Wal-lex pizzas with Don- 
na, Cathy, arid Peggy, while she 
giggles "You're a nut!" Her sewing 
efforts have really paid off, as she 
plans either to teach sewing or be- 
come a seamstress. 
Activities: Mr. Levey's office, 4. 



SUSAN DUNN 
120 Summer Street 

College I 

"Hey, come on" Sue may shout to 
Pat and Karen when late for Math, 
although Barb and Mark testify 
she'd rather be on time for bomb- 
scares, hockey games, and third 
lunch. A flicker of disappointment is 
reflected in her brown eyes when 
oreos do not accompany her lunch. 
State Teacher's College will borrow 
four years from Sue's bright future. 

Activities: Yearbook Literary Staff, 4; 
French Club, 2, 3; German Club, 3; 
F.T.A. 4; Vice-President, 3, 4; English 
Business Office Staff, 4; 
Costumes, 4; Senior Prom 



Talent Show 
Committee, 4. 



CHRISTINE DWYER 
29 Summit Avenue 

College I 

"The glow from that fire can truly 
light the world," quotes "Chrissie" 
who enjoys reading, writing, and all 
kinds of music. Marilyn, Jennifer 
and Elna agree that Chrissie can 
never refuse a lobster. At W.H.S. 
Christine likes the different teachers 
and their interesting approaches to 
each subject. This senior looks for- 
ward to business school then secre- 
tarial work. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3; Spanish Club, 3, 4; 
Russian Club, 3, 4; Folksong Club, 4. 







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ANDREA ECONOMO 
56 Graymore Road 
College I 

"Andi" is a college bound senior 
who plays the accordion like a pro 
and may be found traversing the ski 
slopes every winter weekend with 
Ellen. Biology is her favorite sub- 
ject; she hopes to pursue it further 
in college. She likes W.H.S. because 
of its variety of clubs. 

Activities: Latin Club, 2; Chem Club 
BOD, 3, 4; Debating Club, 3; Pep Squad, 
3; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Library Council, 
2, 3, 4; U.N. Forum, 4; Language Lab 
Assistant, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM EDMONDS 
63 Hardy Pond Road 

College I 

"Fast Eddie", as he is known to his 
friends Mike, Tom, and Dick has a 
mania for motorcycles and enjoys 
swimming and skiing. Mr. Fitz's 
math classes and Mr. McKnight's 
chem labs are just about as much a 
favorite of Eddie's as fifth lunch. 
Good luck in college, Eddie! 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chem 
Club, 2; Swim Team, 3, 4; Ski Club, 2, 4. 



KENNETH EISNER 
34 Marlton Road 

College II 

Whenever surfing, cars, or eating 
are mentioned, green-eyed Kenny 
exclaims "Fine Fur"! When not in 
his favorite class, history, Kenny can 
be found devouring Chinese food 
with Tom, Dave and the "Fox". 
Kenny anxiously awaits graduation 
after which he looks forward to col- 
lege. 

Activities: Student Council, 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad, 4; Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball Manager, 3; President Senior 
Prom Committee, 4. 



LINDA ELDRIDGE 
31 Essex Street 

Business 

"What am I going to do now?" 
queries Linda of friends Nancy, 
MaryAnn, and Kate. Whether she is 
sitting in English class or driving 
around with Nancy, Linda is sure to 
warm the atmosphere with her 
smile. 





KAREN ENOS 
25 Elson Road 

Business 

Ask Gina, Judy, or Linda and they 
will tell you that Karen is a fiend 
for french fries. This blue-eyed, 
brown-haired senior fondly remem- 
bers English class with Miss Par- 
quette and W.H.S. football games. 
Karen eyes a future at business 
school. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3; Dramatic 
Club, 4. 



ARNOLD EPSTEIN 
150 Sheffield Road 
Honors 

Red-haired, clue-eyed "Arnie" en- 
joys morning meditation, alert ad- 
ministration, and the lunches at 
W.H.S. Friends Phil and Jack will 
vouch that Arnie loves blueberries. 
Going to MIT or Harvard and major- 
ing in physics or math are seen in 
Arnie's future. You'll be a great suc- 
cess! 

Activities- National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
German Club, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club, 
3, 4; Math Team, 3, 4; Jets member, 4; 
Tennis Team, 4. 



DAVID EVANS 
28 Arlington Road 

College I 

Dave, who comes from South Jun- 
ior, hates to get up in the morning, 
but thinks days off from school, 
lobster, and hunting are tops. His 
future plans include college. 



LESTER EVANS 
61-1 Garden Circle 

Honors 

"Lee" is a stock car racing enthusi- 
ast who came to us from North Jun- 
ior. Tom, Warren, and Bill agree 
that eating deep dish apple pie and 
skiing are two of "Lee's" favorite 
pastimes. We wish him well in his 
field of Biological Research. 

Activities: Lotin Club, 2; Literary Staff, 
4 ; German Club, 2, 3, 4; Bond, 1, 2, 3, 
4; Notional Honor Society, 3, 4; Cross 
Country Track, 2, 3, 4; Indoor-Outdoor 
Track, 2, 3, 4; DeMoley, 2, 3. 4; 4H 
Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Ski Club, 2, 3. 4. 



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P. KEVIN FAHEY 
46 Lawrence Street 

College I 

Kevin may speak of history as 
being "all right", but Steve, Earl, 
and Jim will tell you his real en- 
thusiasm lies in sports. We doubt 
Kevin would prefer a steak to caf- 
eteria straws although the choice 
may be difficult. Future plans for 
this senior include college. 

Activities: Literary Staff, 4; Sports Staff, 
4; German Club, 2, 3; Latin Club, 2; 
Maroon Squad, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Hoc- 
key, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Representative, 4. 



ROSE FALZONE 

24-G Prospect Hill Lane 

Distributive Education 
Rosie's dark-brown eyes sparkle at 
the thought of English class with 
Mr. Damian. If Rosie isn't playing 
the guitar, or sewing, she can be 
found talking on the telephone to 
Bunny, Hazel, or Patty. Good luck in 
your future plans to attend hair- 
dressing school, Rose. 
A clivilies: D.E.C.A. 




VINCENT FAAAOSI 
481 Lexington Street 
College II 

When not playing the guitar at 
home, you'll find Vinny, formerly a 
student at St. Mary's High School, 
with friends Richie, Bill, and Foe, 
consuming huge amounts of siz- 
zling steak. Biology is tops on his 
list of favorite subjects. His brown 
eyes are focused on college for 
next year. 



ROBERT FASULO 
113 Lakeview Avenue 

College I 
You might find "Fuzza" playing th 
guitar, watching one of W.H.S. 
great football games or eating I. 
sagna; and you can always be sur 1 
that Ron, Dick, and Don won't b 
far away. Ask "Fuzza" what 
thinks of Math and Physics and he' 
say, "yeah, sure!" College-boun 
Bob wants to study engineering. 







PRISCILLA FAY 
142 High Street 

Business 

"Pris" came to W.H.S. from South 
Junior and enjoys skating and 
bowling. Steak really sends "Pris" 
along with business law. She also 
likes walking from class to class 
with Judy, Linda, and Nancy. Future 
plans include becoming a good typ- 
ist. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 4; Library Council, 



JOHN FERRAZZANI 
242 Linden Street 

College II 

"Not bad," shouts"Ferra" to friends 

Paul and Vinnie while playing pool 

and eating pizza. This former North 

Juniorite enjoys the great school 

spirit of the student body as well as 

Mr. Curry's math classes at W.H.S. 

He plans to serve "Uncle Sam" after 

■ graduation. 

Activities: Picture Representative, 2; Red 
Cross Representative, 2; Student Council, 
2; Audio-Visual Staff, 2; Junior Prom 
Committee, 3; Senior Prom Committee, 
4; Maroon Squad, 4. 



MARIE FERRERA 
145 Willow Street 

Business 

Ask Janice and Beverly what's tops 
with Marie, and they are sure to tell 
you Chinese food. When not eating, 
this former South Juniorite can be 
found bowling with Donna and 
Gail. English and Gym are her 
favorite classes. Business school 
beckons Marie after graduation. 

Activities: Student Council, 3; Italian 
Club, 2; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Library 
Council, 2; Mr. Morang's office, 3. 



KATHLEEN FERRITER 
41 Nagar Lane 

Business 

"O ya!" is a familiar phrase to Ka 
thy's friends Eileen, Joanne, an< 
Diane. Subs and pizza agree witr 
Kathy, as do skating and knitting 
This senior will miss cafeteria lunch 
es and studies in her business ca 
reer. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 3. 



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CHRISTOPHER FIEDLER 
70 Winthrop Street 

College II 

"Caesar," as Chris is called by his 
friends Mike and Bob finds his phy- 
sics classes at W.H.S. the best. This 
kids at W.H.S., too. After gradua- 
tion he hopes to attend college. 




ROBERT FIORE 

17 Cedarcraft Lane 

Auto Mechanics-Vocational 

Even though Bob may be zipping 
around in go-karts or hungrily eye- 
ing a juicy roast beef, his thoughts 
can be quickly turned to mechanics 
when Cat or Bruce suggest that a 
car isn't in "A-l" condition! Natural- 
ly, black-haired Bob brightens at the 
beginning of each shop period. He's 
hoping to go to college, but as yet 
his long-range plans are undecided. 



KAREN FITZPATRICK 
1 12 AAassasoit Street 

College II 

"Oh, dear!" exclaims Karen after an 
exam in English, her favorite class 
at W.H.S. However, her troubles 
disappear after having a steak din- 
ner with Barbie, Maryann, and Jan- 
et. Karen's enjoyment of small 
children has led her to choose the 
desk of a nursery school teacher 
as her future position. 



THOMAS FLYNN 
66 Vernon Street 
College II 

Blue-eyed "T-Man" from St. Mary's 
enjoys French fries and coke after 
an afternoon of fishing or swim- 
ming. Attending Chemistry Club ac- 
tivities with Kenny and Joe, as well 
as Mr. McKnight's classes are favor- 
ites of his. Tom is directing his in- 
terest toward a career in art when 
he leaves for college mJhe fall. 
Activities: Chemistry Club, 3, 4. 





THOMAS FIORE 
760 Lincoln Street 

College I 

Tom, a graduate of Kennedy Junior 
High, thinks football is the greatest 
thing ever created. Best of all, Tom 
likes English; next among his "best 
liked things" comes third lunch 
with friends Mike, Tom, and Larry. 
Tom is headed toward college next 
year. We're sure a heavy briefcase 
won't overburden this future busi- 
ness man. 



JOHN FITZGERALD 
181 Beat Road 

College II 

"Big deal," we can often hear 
"Fitz" shout down the hall as he 
rushes out the door at 2:30. This ex- 
Kennedy Juniorite is usually eating 
lobster with Dave, or driving a- 
round with Frank. John's path for 
the future leads to college. 



NORMA FORCIER 
686 Lincoln Street 

College II 

Norma greets us from L.S.J.H. Bowl- 
ing and roller skating, along with 
lobster, rate with this senior, say 
Sandi, Joan, and Cheryl. At lunch 
time or in gym class you might hear 
her say "No" when asked about 
English. Norma will make a "perma- 
nently" good hairdresser. 



ROLAND FOURNIER 
61 Parkview Road 

College I 

Mrs. Shirley's English classes rate 
high with epicurean "Ronnie", who 
says that he enjoys eating, above 
all else. Dave and Rick say "Ronnie" 
likes gym classes and is planning to 
become a physical education teach- 
er. 

Activities: Football Team, 2, 3, 4, Track 
Team, 2. 




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LESLEY FOX 

52 Hillcroft Road 

College II 

"Les", an attractive, brown-eyed 
L.S.J. H. alumna, enjoys Mr. Collin's 
studies and cafeteria monitoring. 
"Not bad" is a familiar phrase siz- 
ing up her opinion of homeroom 
periods. Diane, Joan, and Sue agree 
that lasagna and English compete 
for first place on her list of favorites. 
Attending college to become an air- 
line stewardess is seen in the fu- 
ture. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative, 3; 
Senior Prom Committee, 4. 



JOSEPH FRANCO 
56-D Lionel Avenue 

College I 

Brown-eyed Joe comes to us from 
Henry Grady High School in Atlan- 
ta, Georgia. Joe's favorite diver- 
sions are photography and listening 
to classical music. His favorite phi- 
losophy is "Yesterday is gone; to- 
day is here 'and tomorrow may nev- 
er come!" 

Activities: Mirror Staff photographer, 4; 
Newspaper Staff photographer, 4; French 
Club, 3, 4; United Nations Forum, 3, 4; 
Photography Club, 3, 4, secretary, 3, 4; 
Literary Club, 4. 



DONNA FRARY 

74 Princeton Avenue 

Business 

"Imagine that!" gasps Donna to 
Elaine and Beth as they nibble on 
a pizza. At W.H.S. this senior en- 
joys English and helping in the of- 
fice. Outside of school Donna 
finds time for her hobbies of roll- 
er-skating, swimming, and bowling. 
Donna looks forward to business 
school and a career in accounting. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Main 
Office Staff, 3; Junior Achievement, 4; 
Mr: Belliveau's Office, 4; I.B.M. Office, 4. 




WILLIAM FRASER 

55 Walnut Street 

Electronics 

Bill can be seen with Eddie, Ronnie, 

and Ivan. His hobbies are cars and 

girls, along with eating seafood. His 

favorite saying is "Ka-pow!" Future 

plans include going into the service. 



GARY FREEDMAN 
239 Warren Street 

College I 

When not eating roast beef, Gary 

can be found with John, Mike and 

the boys of the Photo Club. Things 

he likes best about W.H.S. are the 

teachers and the class of '66. Looks 

forward to a career as a medical 

doctor. 

Activities: Yearbook Photographer, 4; 
Language Lab Assistant, 3, 4; French 
Club, 2; Latin Club, 2; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Russian Club, 3, 4; Photo 
Club and President, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 
3, 4; Jets, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4. 



MICHAEL FREEMAN 
14 Willard Street 

College I 

Blue-eyed "Curley" can often be 

found at W.H.S. with friends Parv, 

Crash, and Dave or at classes with 

Mr. McKnight. His favorite food is 

steak and college is in store for this 

senior. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Science Seminar, 2; Glee 
Club, 2, 3. 



KAREN FROSTIG 
53 Hobbs Road 
College I 

Who can ever forget Karen? Her 
many trademarks (pigtails, checker 
board socks, and a smile for every- 
one), help us to identify her at a 
glance. When not in her favorite 
math class with Miss Dolan, Karen 
can be found munching M&M's with 
Sue, Fern, and "Willie" or waiting 
patiently for the 2:30 bell. We 
foresee a bright future in an art 
college for Karen. 

Activities: Newspaper, 3, 4; Mirror Art 
Staff, 3, 4; Mirror Business Staff, 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff, 4; F.T.A., 4; Junior 
Achievement, 3; Prom Committee, 3, 4. 



GERALD FUCCI 
57 Wheelock Road 

Auto Mechanics 

Brown-haired, brown-eyed "Gerry" 
came to us from North Junior High. 
"Gerry's" favorite subject is shop. 
He can usually be found eating 
steak with Bruce. "Gerry" wishes 
to go to technical school. Good 
luck, "Gerry", in the future. 
Activities: Rifle Club, 3. 







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CARLEEN FULLER 
66 Lakeview Avenue 
Stenographic 

"Charlie", a brunette with chocolate 
brown eyes to match her hair, came 
to the steps of W.H.S. from L.S.J. H. 
Elaine and Karen know this steno- 
graphic senior thinks Italian dishes 
at lunch and shorthand classes are 
"great!" After graduation, a beauty 
academy and a career as a hair- 
dresser await Carleen. 




DAVID FULLER 
51 Gregory Street 

Vocational 

"Speedy," as Dave is known to Jim 
and Chuckie, finds the cafeteria and 
the girls at W.H.S. interesting. His 
hobbies include water skiing and 
hunting. After graduation, he hopes 
to join the Service. 



MARY FURBUSH 
26 Boynton Street 

College I 

Always smiling, Mary can be heard 
saying "What a riot!" over a lemon 
meringue pie shared by Sheila, Dot- 
tie, or Sally. After a football game, 
she enjoys discussing books she's 
read recently in her English class. A 
college education is in store for this 
blue-eyed senior. 

Activities: Business Staff, 4; German Club, 
3, 4; F.T.A., 3, 4 ; Main Office Staff, 4; 
Glee Club, 2; Junior Achievements, 3; 
Mr. Morangue's Office, 4. 



RICHARD FURBUSH 
81 Parkview Road 

College I 

Blond-haired, blue-eyed "Ricky" is 
Waltham High's high jump track 
star. Math, meatballs and spaghetti, 
and skipping studies to see football 
movies are favorites of Rick. Sports 
with Al have kept his high school 
days jumping. An engineering ca- 
reer is his goal after college. 

Activities: Student Council Rep., 3, 4; 
Football, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 2; Track, 
indoor and out, 3; Basketball, 3, 4; 
Junior and Sr. Prom Committee, 3, 4. 




DONALD GAGE 

510 Waverly Oaks Road 

Honors 

Blue-eyed Don enjoys stamp collect- 

I ting and photography. His best 
friends, John, Dave, and Bob, tell 

| us that Don's favorite food is spag- 
hetti. You can find him playing in 
the W.H.S. band at the football 
games. His future plans include 
college. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 
4 : U.N. Forum, 3, 4; Vice-pres. of Photo 
Club, 4; Mirror Photographer, 4. 



DEBORAH GALLAGHER 
16 Auburn Street 

College II 

Deborah came to us from North 
Junior. She enjoys driving Joe's car 
and eating anything edible. Margar- 
et, Donna, and Laura inform us that 
English, sewing, and the new young 
teachers rate high with her. Debor- 
ah plans to attend art school fol- 
lowing graduation. 
Activities: Nurse's Staff, 2, 3, 4. 




DONNA GALLAGHER 
18 Elmhurst Terrace 

"Ya right," exclaims Donna to her 
friends, Sherry, Ann, and Dorrine. 
Donna would most likely be in 
"seventh heaven" if the cafe served 
Italian food five times a week, but 
her enthusiasm for W.H.S. football 
games and the Senior Play runs a 
close second to her love of Italian 
food. Going to business college is 
Donna's future plan. 




JANIS GALLAGHER 
55 Auburn Street 

College I 

"What a blast!" shouts "Jan" to her 
friends Ginny, Chery, and Carol as 
W.H.S. scores another touchdown at 
a romping football game. Eating 
steak, and talking before class, rate 
high with Janis. Janis will be a 
cheery nurse. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4- Clinic Stoff, 
4 Glee Club, 3; F.N. A., 4, Treasurer, 4. 



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CORA GANGI 
155 Willow Street 

Stenographic 

"Great!" cries pleasant Cora when 
Terry, Betty, or Sue suggests cheer- 
ing our football or basketball team. 
Bowling and volleyball are her fa- 
vorite diversions. Cora plans a fu- 
ture as a private secretary 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Jr. A- 
chievemenf, 3. 



REGINA GARBER 
38 Rockridge Road 
Business 

"Gina" a bouncy brunette from 
Kennedy Jr., enjoys a juicy hambur- 
ger after an evening of dancing. 
You can hear her calling, "You're 
kidding!" to Karen, Peggy and Judy 
on the road to correspondence class 
or her W.H.S. favorite, shorthand 
with Miss AAooney. After gradua- 
tion, secretarial school and a job 
await Gina. 



THOMAS GARDINER 
12 Bright Street 

College II 

"Hold it!" yelled Tom to Dennis, Ed, 

and Kev. "I haven't finished my 

pizzas yet!" This red-head really 

thinks that pizzas are great. History 

is a favorite of Tom and college 

awaits him next year. 

Activities: Football, 4; Jr. Achievement 
Production Manager, 3. 



JAMES GATES 
367 Crescent Street 

Business 

Melodious "Jimmy" fondly enji 

singing bass in the Glee Club 

well as waterskiing and cars. Bla 

haired, blue-eyed Jim can be quol 

as saying "Oh, bull!" while 

vouring steaks or lobster with Bru 

Mike, and Kenny. Future plans 

elude a course in C.P.A. at Bent 

College. 

Activities: I.B.M. Office, 3, 4; English 
fice, 4. 






CAROL GATTA 
254 Lowell Street 

Distributive Education 
"Oh my goodness!" shouts Carol to 
"Deannie," and Patty. This blond 
spends her spare time driving and 
dancing. If she isn't eating her fa- 
vorites, Italian and Chinese foods, 
Carol enjoys her English classes 
with Mr. Damian. After graduation, 
Carol hopes to become a Beautician. 

Activities: Glee Club, 2, 3; D.E.C.A., 4; 
Jr. Prom Comm., 3; Homeroom Rep.; 
Pep Squad. 



BERNICE GAUDET 
32 Middle Street 

College I 

"You better believe it!" chortles 
"Barnie" as she races outside during 
her beloved bomb scares. With Jan- 
et, Audrey, and Bev, she divides her 
busy schedule to make room for a 
pizza and coke break. After gradua- 
tion, "Barnie" will probably be 
found running back and forth be- 
tween a tennis court and the college 
of her choice. 

Activities: French Club, Sec, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Main Office, 4; Chess Club, 3; 
Girls Sports, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee, 4; Senior Play Committee, 4. 



CAROL GAUDET 
84 Guinan Street 

Distributive Education 

Carol spends all her spare time 
reading and dancing. This brunette 
senior came to W.H.S. from L.S.J. H. 
Carol can often be found eating 
lobster with friends Cathy, "Denie," 
and Nancy. Mr. Damian's English 
classes are Carol's special delight. 
As a future social worker, Carol 
hopes to help mankind. 

Activities: Secretary of D.E.C.A.; cafe 
duties, 4. 



RALPH GAUDET 
36 Newton Street 

College I 

This athletic senior with an athlet 

sized steak and French fries ape 

tite knows Miss Beaulne's hon 

room periods wouldn't be the sar 

without Steve Hardy. His favori 

subject is English, and wouldi 

you know his teacher is Mi 

Beaulne. 

Activities: Secretary of D.E.C.A.; C( 

4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 



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JOSEPH GEARY 

66 Brightwood Road 

College I 

A former North Juniorite, Gerard 
has many interests, including play- 
ing the drums, reading comic 
books, and eating Captain Crunch 
Cereal. Gerard tells us he will never 
forget homeroom periods with Miss 
Beaulne. If learning comes as easy 
to Gerard as acting does, his future 
in college will be an act-ive success. 
Activities: Senior Play, 4; Talent Show, 4. 



RICHARD GEARY 
71 Parmenter Road 

Business Accounting 
Blue-eyed "Dick," an avid football 
fan, agrees there is nothing like a 
vigorous gym period to work up a 
sub sandwich size appetite. Larry, 
Mark, and Bob know that cafe peri- 
ods with the Crimson Key are his 
favorites, but he will always reserve 
a spot in his heart for Miss Tahaney's 
business class. 
Activities: Crimson Key. 



GEORGE GERO 
109 Doty Street 

College II 

When not fixing his car, George can 
be found eatihg Hungarian foods. 
His favorite subject is algebra. Don, 
Jeff, and Frank tell us that technical 
or engineering school is awaiting 
him in the future. 

Activities: Audio Visual, 2, 3, 4; Jr. A- 
chievement, 2; Dromatic Club, 2; Senior 
Play, 3, 4; Talent Show, 3, 4. 



SALLY GIACOSANZIO 
216 Doty Street 

Honors 

Favorite foods of champagne and 
caviar are indicative of Sally. Com- 
ing from L.S.J.H., Sally has enjoyed 
her English and Latin classes at 
W.H.S., which accounts for her fu- 
ture plans of attending a liberal 
arts college for interpreting. As the 
"Surdeles" can testify, piano play- 
ing and staying after school in 
room S-306 rate high with this ac- 
tive senior. 

Activities.- Literary Staff, 2, 3, 4; News- 
paper, 2, 3, 4; Germon Club, 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 2; 
Library Council, 2; Language Lab Assistant, 
2, 3, 4; Chess Club, 2; United Nations 
Forum, 4; Russian Club, 3, 4 



SUSAN GIARDINA 
9 Hardy Street 

College I 

"Sue" enjoys bowling, tennis, and 
dancing with friends Gilda, Jean, 
and Barbara. Italian food and pizza 
are high on her list. You can hear 
Sue say, " I don't believe you said 
that," as she rushes off to her next 
class. Sue plans to enter college 
and become a teacher. Best wishes, 
Sue. 



VIRGINIA GILBERT 
22 Winthrop Street 

Business 

"Try it again," screams "Ginny" as 
she enjoys the football games with 
her friends Janis, Annette, and 
Mary Ann. Cheeseburgers rate high 
with this N.J.H. graduate, and gym 
is just the greatest. Blue-eyed Gin- 
ny plans to attend Business School. 



KATHLEEN GILL 

102 Elson Road 

Business 

"Oh, I love it!" exclaims "Kathy" 

about shorthand classes or lobster. 

Karen, Deane, and Dave say that 

lunches and the 2:30 bell are also 

tops with this green-eyed girl. 

Activities: Mr. Levey's staff, 3. 




DIANE GLEASON 
9 Brook Avenue 
College I 

"Come on, let's go!" shouts "Glee" 
to friends Marcia, Barbara, and Bet- 
ty on her way to the basketball 
games and dances. Sailing and driv- 
ing rate high on this dark-haired, 
blue-eyed senior's list. Good luck at 
business college "Glee". 



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NANCY GLEDHILL 
77 Thornton Road 

College II 

"Are you kidden me?" yells Nance 

when she hears some of the latest 

info, at W.H.S. When not enjoying 

steak and pistachio nuts with Barb, 

Alicia and Sue, you can find Nance 

cheering at football and hockey 

games. After graduation she hopes 

to become an airline stewardess. 

Happy flying! 

Activities: Cheerleader, 3, 4. 



ROMEO GOGUEN 
18 Russell Street 

Distributive Education 
"Frenchie", as he is known by his 
friends, Charlie, Al, and Bobby, 
comes to W.H.S. from Canada. He 
enjoys fixing cars and eating subs. 
His future plans include a career in 
construction work. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 



JOANNE GOODE 

1 1 1 Riverview Avenue 

College II 

Mary, Pam, and Kathy call this piz- 
za-muncher "Joe". Hazel-eyed 
Joanne likes English, lunches, and 
passing between classes at W.H.S., 
but her eyes light up at the 
thought of skating, modern jazz, 
and surfing. Good luck in Secretar- 
ial School, "Joe." 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff, 4; Latin 
Club, 2; Pep Squad, 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, 3; Mr. Levey's office, 4. 



SALLY GORGONE 
62 Bruce Road 

Stenographic 

If she's not at a W.H.S. game, look 
for Sally in the "Spy Wagon". Dill 
pickles, shorthand classes, and 
bomb scares also rate high with 
this hazel-eyed senior. Carol and 
Nancy agree that Sally's great per- 
sonality will carry her far in her fu- 
ture position as a secretary. 

Activities-. Mirror Business Staff, 4; Pep 
Squad, 2; Waltham Youth Council, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee, 3, Senior Prom 
Committee, 4; Senior Play Business Com- 
mittee, 4; Talent Show, 3, 4; Hockey 
Cheerleader, 3; C.Y.O. Vice President, 4; 
Class Secretary, 3, 4. 






CAROL ANN GOLDSTEIN 
167 Longfellow Road 

College II 

Carol, who looks forward to her 
chemistry classes, is often seen be- 
tween classes with her friends Ka- 
thy, Nancy, and Ann. Her interest in 
science makes her a natural for that 
uniform of white. Carol, an active 
girl with horseback riding and wa- 
ter skiing as hobbies, finds time for 
club meetings in her busy schedule. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4; Spanish 
Club, 3, 4; Junior Achievement, 3; F.N. A., 
4. 



ROBERT GORMAN 
17 Winthrop Street 

College II 

Bowling and golf are, without a 
doubt, tops with Bob. This fun-lov- 
ing senior enjoys eating pizza with 
Mary Ann, Mule, Pinky and Sav. 
Soon Bob will be singing "I'm in 
the service now." 




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JOHN GOLLINGER 
136 School Street 

Honors 

Brown-eyed John finds homeroom 
periods with Miss Beaulne almost as 
enjoyable as his U.S. and World Af- 
fairs class with Miss Needham. Col- 
lege is in the future for John, but 
now he's busy having fun with Ger- 
ald, Dave, and Fred. We all wish 
John best of luck. 
Activities: Senior play, 4; Italian Club, 4. 



JOHN GRACEFFA 
18 Sunset Road 

College I 

"Yah right!" says John to friends 
George, Steve, and Joe while eating 
subs at Corrado's. English with Mr. 
Collins and Math with Mr. Fitzger- 
ald rate high with the President of 
our class. Future plans after gradua- 
tion include college and teaching. 

Activities-. Class President, 3, 4; Mirror 
Business Staff, 4; Mirror Literary -Staff, 
4; French Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 2; 
Crimson Key, 3, 4; Waltham Youth Coun- 
cil, 2; Homeroom Representative, 2; Foot- 
ball, 3, 4. 




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ANN GRASSO 
3 Greer Street 

College I 

Beaming "Grass" always has a 
"song in her heart"— that's what 
Gail, Sonja, and Kathy say. Music 
and the Italian Club seem to keep 
this Miss on the go. A "note-able" 
future awaits her as a future mu- 
sic major. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 3, 
Italian Club Secretary, 3, 4; Glee Club, 
2, 3; Chess Club, 2; Housemaster's Of- 
fice (Mr. Belliveau), 4; Drama Club, 2, 
3; Talent Show, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4. 
Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee, 
4. 




MICHAEL GUZZI 
63 South Street 

Business 

Mike comes to us from North Junior 
High. This Senior enjoys Corrado's 
sub's, along with lunch, studies, and 
passing to classes. We hope this fu- 
ture fire-fighter won't see too much 
red. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4. 







ARNOLD GUGARTY 
22 Auburn Street 

College II 

North Junior contributed blue-eyed, 
brown-haired "Arnie" to W.H.S. 
Friends tell us his favorite is a thick 
succulent steak. Adventurous "Arn" 
finds hunting both fascinating and 
exciting. His future intentions in- 
clude a military career. 

Activities: Language Lab Assistant 2; 
Talent Show, 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee, 4. 



WALTER GUSTAFSON 
70 Fiske Street 

College II 

"Gus" is an enthusiastic fried 
chicken lover. With friends Bill, Bob, 
and John, he discusses his math and 
gym classes, both of which he finds 
particularly interesting. Best of luck 
for a successful career in the serv- 
ice. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America, 3, 4. 



THOMAS HANDRAHAN 
25 Hardy Pond Road 

College II 

Blue-eyed Tommy, from Kennedy 
Junior, likes to spend his spare time 
surveying a pool table. "Ya, right?" 
echoes throughout the corridors on 
his way to Mr. Curry's math class 
with Joe, Mike, and Don. He thinks 
steaks are great, but for an Air 
Force career he'll gladly sacrifice his 
favorite food for awhile. 



JANET MARIE HANLEY 
37 Cedarwood Avenue 

College I 

When passing to Math Class, amia- 
ble "Jan" may be heard exclaiming 
"whoopee do". This sociable blue- 
eyed miss always enjoys a fast 
game of tennis with Bernie, Audrey, 
or Ellie. When not engaged in a live- 
ly tennis game she might be found 
eating lasagna with one of her 
many friends. We predict that Janet 
will have a successful future in- 
cluding a college education. 

Activities- Mirror H. R. Representotive, 
3, Subscription Staff, 4; German Club. 
2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; F.TA., 4 ; 
Spanish Club, 3, 4. 



AUDREY GUSTAVSON 
28 Livingstone Lane 
Honors 

Avidly, Audrey spends many after- 
noons playing the piano for her 
friends Janet and Barnie. "Aggie" 
and Eileen agree that Math classes 
with Mr. Fitzgerald are always a 
high point of the day. When on the 
tennis courts at Brandeis, energetic 
Audrey shows as much skill as the 
W.H.S. basketball team she cheers 
for. This willowy Swedish lass's 
quest for the right answer guaran- 
tees a successful career. 





CHERYL HANNA 
147 Hardy Pond Road 

College II 

"Are you kidding me?" can be 
heard from that fun-loving blond, 
Cherie, as she passes to her favorite 
English class with Mr. Prohovich. As 
Beverly, Judi, and Janis will testify, 
Cherie wouldn't pass up going to a 
Chinese restaurant. Her future plans 
include attending a nursing school. 

Activities Chemistry Club, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad, 4; Glee 
Club, 2. 3; F.N. A., 3. 4. 



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ERLAND HARDY 
314 Bacon Street 

College I 

"Erl," our hockey team co-captain 
thinks homeroom periods with Miss 
Beaulne are tops at W.H.S. Erl can 
be heard magically humming 
"Mystic Eyes" down the halls of 
the high school with Kevin, Lex, 
and Rudy following close behind. 
Erl's future holds a college educa- 
tion in which we know he'll be 
successful. 

Activities: Mirror Sports Staff, co-editor, 
4; Crimson Key, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Team 

2, 3, 4; Co-Captain, 4; Track Team, 2, 

3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 



STEVEN HARDY 
314 Bacon Street 

College I 

Steve, one of WHS's most out- 
standing athletes and students, 
cites homeroom periods with Miss 
Beaulne among his "favorites" list. 
The brown-eyed blonde is look- 
ing forward to college next fall. 
Waltham High wishes its football 
co-captain the best of luck. 

Activities: Phi Beta Kappa Award 3; 
Mirror Sports Editor, 4; National Honor 
Society, 3, 4; Vice-President, 4; Crimson 
Key, 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant, 2; 
Football, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain, 4; Hockey 
2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4;Talent Show, 
It Club, 4. 




HAROLD HARFLUMP 
27 North Southwest Street 
Basketweav/'ng 

This beeble berry-pizza loving sen- 
ior always says, "Ooo, is Batman 
on?" As his friends Snoozy, Natch, 
and O'Mizzleblex will tell you, 
"Flumps" really enjoys the water- 
bubbler by W-202." We wish 
Harold the best of luck as a flag- 
pole sitter. 

Activities: Freckle Society, 3, 4; Tachraw 
Team, 2, 3, 4; See it, Say it, and Do 
It Club, 4. 




LESLIE HARPER 
152 Ash Street 

Business 

"Come on now." says Leslie tc 
friends Larry, Bruce, and Marl 
they go to the football ga 
"Les," an alumnus of South Ji 
High, enjoys bookkeeping 
Mr. Flight. He eats the pizza se 
in the cafeteria with gusto. L 
plans to spend his life with 
world of numbers as an accc 
ant. 
Activities: Junior Achievement, 3. 




DONNA HARRIS 
76 Sheffield Road 

Business 

Donna, our lovely Homecoming 
Queen, has the making of a suc- 
cess. This blue-eyed blonde enjoys 
skiing and swimming. She will 
never forget the fun she had at the 
football and hockey games. Anyone 
looking for an efficient secretary? 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff, 3, 4; 
Waltham Youth Council, 3, 4; Mr. Levy's 
Office, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Commit- 
•tee, 3; Talent Show, 3, 4; Basketball 4. 




MICHAEL HARVEY 
38 School Street 

College II 

"Harv" came to us from St. Mary's. 

Pat, Doug, and Bob can tell us that 

"Harv" especially likes the kids at 

WHS. This senior whose favorite 

food is steak, is college bound. 

Activities: Senior Play Committee, 4; 
Talent Show Committee, 4. 



FRANCISCO HAVAS 
105 Edgewater Drive 

College I 

"Chick," our Brazilian exchange 

student, has managed to master 

W.H.S. jargon with the help of 

Marc and Mike. Vladimier says that 

when "Chick's" not swimming, 

playing tennis, or studying, he can 

be found before a platter of 

shrimp! Study in engineering and 

economics will pave the way for 

an exciting future for this busy 

senior. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff, 4; Foreign 
Exchange Student, 4; Ski Club Treasurer, 
4; Swimming Team 4; Talent Show, 4. 



RICHARD HEATH 
43 Carlin Road 

College I 

"Rick," alumnus of St. Charle 
usually found with Louis, Nicl 
John talking about the last foo 
game. Rick is heading for coll 
Best of luck to you Rick. 



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JOHN MICKEY, JR. 
46 Shirley Street 
College I 

"Hick", a hot rod lover came to us 
from L.S.J.H. English and Miss 
Beaulne's homeroom periods rank 
high with this senior. Ask Hick 
what's new and he'll reply, "Get off 
my cloud". He is looking forward to 
graduation day and perhaps a fu- 
ture at the U.S. Air Force Academy. 
Activities: Chemistry Club, 3; J.E.T.S., 4. 



LAWRENCE HILL 

71 Rich Street 

Business 

Red-headed Larry or "Chapel", as 

he is called by Bruce, Les and Mark, 

is an alumnus of North Junior High. 

He likes pizza for lunch. Larry plans 

to enter the service after high 

school. 



ROBERT HINCKLEY 
104 Beal Road 

College II 

Blue-eyed Bob came to us from 
North Junior. Bob can be seen at 
most of the W.H.S. games shouting 
"Go Hawks," with his friends John, 
Tony, and John. Besides grapes, 
History ranks the highest with Bob 
who plans to become a History 
teacher. We wish him success. 



BARBARA HINES 
103 Myrtle Street 

College II 

Kathy, Evelyn and Karen tell us that 
Barbara's happiest when she hears 
the 2:30 bell, and that the changing 
of classes and lunch (especially if it 
is pizza!) are a close second. Barb 
likes Language classes best at 
W.H.S. College is in her future. 

Activities: Student Council Representative, 
3; National Honor Society, 3, 4. 



MICHAEL HIRSCHFELD 
70 Albermarle Road 
College II 

W.H.S. inherited "Mike" from Ken- 
nedy Junior High. John, Peter, and 
Joe claim that Italian food can real- 
ly "turn him on." History, his 
academic favorite should prove an 
interesting prospect as a possible 
college major for Mike. 



ALAN HOPWOOD 

31 Prospect Street Avenue 

College II 

When not playing the guitar or 
working on cars, "Hoppy" can be 
seen eating french fries with Bob, 
Tom, or Joe. Teachers and lunch pe- 
riods are tops with this Hazel-eyed 
senior. An alumnus of North Junior, 
"Hoppy" plans on furthering his 
education at a business college. 



ANNE HORENSTEIN 
69 Barbara Road 
College I 

Blonde "Snuggles" loves 'peachy 
keen' Chinese food and plowing 
through the W.H.S. corridor traffic 
jams with Jane, Carol, and Frannie. 
Her hazel eyes brighten during Mrs. 
Peckham's Latin IV class, and third 
lunch. After her college career, she 
hopes for a future in nursing. 

Activities: Latin Club, 3, 4; Clinic Staff, 
2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; F.N. A., 3, 4, 
Secretary, 3, President, 4. 



MARGARET HORRIGAN 
197 Chestnut Street 

C/er/c-fypi'sf 

While sketching with pencil or 
water colors, brown eyed "Peggy" 
takes time out to see our winning 
football team post another victory. 
History and Chinese food are best 
loved by Peggy, as Gail, Sheila 
and Liz all agree. This future clerk- 
typist is wished "good luck" by 
WHS. 





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EUGENE HORVITZ 
237 Seminole Avenue 

College I 

"All right!" shouts "Gene" above 
the clamor of forks and plates as he 
leaves lunch to go to his favorite 
class. As friends Ken and Jim know, 
"Gene" likes girls most, but ham- 
burgers and bagels run a close sec- 
ond. College, with a major in ele- 
mentary education, is on his fall 
agenda. 




PAUL HOWES 

105 Prospect Hill Lane 

General 

A/hen the 2:30 bell has finally 
sounded, blue-eyed Paul can be 
viewed as he scoots out the door 
with friends, Jack, Ed, and Ron. 
Math and cars are tops on Paul's 
list of favorites. Happy landing in 
the Air Force! 




LYNDA HUFFMAN 

29 Marquerite Avenue 

College I 

Donna, Margie, and Patsy will testi- 
fy that "Huff" adores football and 
basketball games (and players). 
Future plans include majoring in 
math at Boston College with hopes 
of becoming as great a math teach- 
er as Mr. Fitzgerald! 

Activities: Mirror Literary and Business 
Staffs, 4; F.T.A. 4. 



DIANE IAGULLI 
27 Oak Street 
College I 

"Not bad" huh, Di? When she's not 
up Dube's with Les and the "guys", 
she can be found with the Spy 
Wagon girls. Studies with Mr. Col- 
lins, Spanish, and going out for 
Chinese food rate high with this 
College bound senior. 

Activities: Mirror Staff, 4; Latin Club, 
2; Italian Club, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. , 2, 4; 
Pep Squad, 2, 3; Spanish Club, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee, 3; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4; Literary Society, 4. 




AUDREY IALONGO 
4 Essex Street 

Clerk-Typist 

Audrey, who is hailed "Iggy" by 
Joan, Kris, and Shirley, considers 
English and Gym tops at W.H.S. Her 
vivacious personality is shown by 
her hobbies, dancing, swimming, 
and skin diving. After graduation 
she hopes to attend a journalism 
school in New York, where she will 
study to become a reporter. 



MARTHA ISAACSON 
1 34 Stow Street 

Stenographic 

Martha, formerly a North Juniorite, 
adores eating fried chicken; but 
even chicken can not make her for- 
get those great W.H.S. football 
games. Attending a business school 
is on her agenda. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Sports, 2. 





EVELYN HYDER 
64 Stone Road 

College I 

"Ev" comes to us from Kennedy 

Junior High. Her brown eyes light 

up with the thought of eating a 

hamburger with Joan, Kathy, and 

Jake. When someone suggests that 

she might miss Mr. Collins' studies, 

she might reply: "Yeah— I know." 

"Ev" plans to become an English 

teacher. 

Activities: Dramatic Club, 3; Latin Club, 
2; Italian Club, 4. 



EVELYN JACKSON 
181 Pine Hill Circle 
Clerical 

"Jackie" really enjoys horseback 
riding and cheeseburgers. Business 
Math is her favorite subject. Cindy, 
Pepper and Oskie really think that 
Jackie is tops! After graduation Jack- 
ie plans to go to business school. 




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BRUCE JANSON 
227 South Street 

Auto Mechanics 

Bruce comes from North Junior and 
is planning to enter the Navy after 
graduation. Shop interests Bruce 
most, and Bob Don, and Richie 
agree with Bruce that a good career 
is "better than nothing." 



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THOMAS JENKINS 
18 Caldwell Road 
College II 

Tom, Dave, and Paul say that 
"Jinx"is happiest when he's drag- 
racing. Mrs. K. Murphy's homeroom 
periods really rate with this blue- 
eyed senior. Tom's favorite subject 
at W.H.S. is math. He plans to at- 
tend Wentworth Institute. 



JOAN JENSEN 
55 Banbury Avenue 
Stenographic 

Joan, who is better known to Cheryl, 
Norma, and Pattie as "Jens", 
had the unique experience of 
spending her junior year in the Ca- 
nal Zone. Spaghetti, pizza, and lob- 
ster comprise, in her opinion, the 
perfect menu. After graduation her 
target is a secretarial career. 
Activities: Girls' Basketball, 4; Pep Squad, 



NANCY JIMJIMIAN 
24 Beaver Brook Road 

Stenographic 

Smiling "Jim Jim" can often be 

heard saying "Forget it" to her 

buddies Carole, Joan, and Molly. 

Her math classes with Mr. Fitzgerald 

always brightened the days at 

W.H.S. "Jim Jim" loves french fries 

and hot fudge sundaes. Nancy looks 

to college for the start of a possible 

teaching career. Good luck to this 

happy, laughing senior. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 4; 
Mirror Staff, 3, 4; Main Office Staff, 
4; Senior Play, 4; Talent Show, 4. 





MARTHA JOHNSON 
61 Lafayette Street 

College I 

Who's the girl on the bridge? It's 
"Marth" who faithfully meets Peatie 
and Loxi there every morning "just 
to talk." Hockey games and onion 
rings and Mrs. Shirley's English 
classes are her favorites. Any col- 
lege will be glad to have this lively 
elementary education major. 

Activities: Student Council Representa- 
tive, 2, 3; Mirror Staff, 4 ; Latin Club, 
2, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; F.T.A., 4; House- 
master's Office, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2. 



JOSEPH JUPPE' 
40 Miriam Road 

College II 

"Jup" hails from L.S.J.H. He enjoys 

boating and basketball, and finds 

the rallies and football games at the 

high school "really great!" "Jup" is 

making a beeline to college in the 

fall. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3. 



MARGARET KASZUBSKI 
70A Cedar Street 

Stenographic 

"Are you kidding?" whispers "Mag- 
gie" in her typing class when Karen 
and Martha make plans for football 
and basketball games. Hazel-eyed 
"Maggie's" favorite hobby is col- 
lecting records. A L.S.J.H. alumna, 
Maggie has included business 
school in her future plans. 
Activities Pep Squod, 3; Girls Sports, 3. 



CHARLOTTE KATZ 
96 Greer Street 
Honors 

Whether in Brazil or Waltham, 
"Charl" is a good representative of 
a typical "plus" student. "Charl's" 
interests lie mainly on the tennis 
courts, but Ellen and Eileen say 
she's usually busy writing as co-edi- 
tor of "This Week at Waltham 
High." Charl hopes to combine her 
love for animals and her interest in 
medicine in a veterinary career. 

Activities. Exchange student, 3: News- 
paper Staff, 3, 4; Co-editor, 4; National 
Honor Society, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3,4, 
Vice-president, 3; Tennis team, 3, 4; Ski 
Club, 2, 3, 4 : Germon Club, 3. 



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JOHN KAVALESKI 
70 Church Street 

Co//ege 

"Ain't that the cat's meow!" says 
"Kav" while eating a sub with Skip, 
Ronnie, Dave, and Kenny. "Kav" 
likes gym and lunch periods most. 
This blue-eyed hockey player is 
headed toward a great future after 
college. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff, 4; Football Team, 
2; Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team, 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball, 3; Prom 
Committee, 3, 4; Talent Show, 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARET KEANE 
59 Tremont Street 

Business 

"Ya know" shouts Peggy to Donna, 
Pat, Linda, and Jean as they pass 
from class to class. Peggy also en- 
joys watching jeeps and while 
munching on cheeseburgers, she 
dreams fondly of her future at 
Aquinas Secretarial School. 
Acf/vities: Maroon Squad, 4. 




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JOSEPH KEATING 
22 Daniels Street 
College II 

Science classes rank high in this 
former St. Mary's student's book. 
Larry, Rock, and Ralph can testify to 
the fact that Italian food and swim- 
ming are also among Joe's favor- 
ites! For the future, viel Gluck, 
Joe! 




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LINDA KEEFE 

29 Wamsutta Avenue 

College I 

Blue-eyed, brown-haired Lin ( 

most likely be seen bikeriding w 

her best friends, Susan, Sheila, a 

Mary. Next to the kids at W> 

give Lin a leg of chicken and 

math book any day. Lin's plans 

elude a career in teaching. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 
Latin Club, 4; Junior Achievement, 3, 





DAVID KEELER 

38 Brookfield Road 

College I 

If you can't find "Kee" drinking 
coffee frappes with Rick and Don, 
you'll probably find him eating a 
thick steak with Ron. Besides his 
gym classes at W.H.S. he liked at- 
tending school with all the great 
kids. After college "Kee" plans to 
enter the field of Physical Educa- 
tion. 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4; 
Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4. 



MARK KEENAN 

108 Hammond Street 

Accounting 

"Onion" enjoys the football games, 
gym classes, and first lunch, espe- 
cially if the cheeseburgers or subs 
are being served. When it comes to 
hobbies, cars and girls rate high. 
W.H.S. will soon lose this red-haired 
senior to a junior college. 
Activities: Junior Achievement, 3. 



THOMAS KEILTY 
126 Pond Street 

College II 

"What can I say?" yells "T.K." 
while dragging cars with Tom, Jim, 
and Paul. This green-eyed pretzels 
and beer lover always liked Home- 
room periods with Mrs. K. Murphy 
and lunches best. This alumnus of 
St. Mary's plans to attend Bryant 
and Stratton after graduation. 



LOXI KEITH 

41 Cherry Street 

College I 

Brown-eyed "Lox" can often 
seen waving to Pat, Lois, and M 
tha from her favorite vantage po 
—the "Bridge". Her boundless i 
ergy is divided among Engl 
class, working in Mr. Levey's off 
and voicing support for our hock 
team. This vivacious senior v 
surely find her perpetual vigor v 
uable in a future as a vocatior 
elementary school teacher. 

Activities: Student Council, 2, 4; Fre 
Club, 2, 3; German Club, 3; Latin CI 
2; Chemistry Club, 4; F.T.A. reporl 
3, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Mr. Levey's offi 
3, 4; Talent Show Committee, 4. 



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LINDA KELLY 

45 Brewster Road 

College II 

This brown-haired senior is a Ken- 
nedy Junior High alumna. Linda, 
who can be found working in Mr. 
"B's" office, likes typing and going 
to football games with Mary, Julie, 
and Bernie. After the games a re- 
freshing cheeseburger and coke 
head the list. Linda is set to attend 
college in the fall. 

Activities: Yearbook Subscription Staff, 4; 
Maroon Squad, 4; Talent Show, 2; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT M. KELNER 
303 Florence Road 
Honors 

This spaghetti eating brown-haired 
blue-eyed senior can be seen going 
to Physics with Helmut, Gary, and 
Richard. He will be very busy in the 
coming years with college, graduate 
school, and his hobbies of photo- 
graphy and astronomy. 

Activities: Yearbook Staff Photographer 
4; National Honor Society, 3, 4; Chem 
Club, 3, 4; Chess Club, 4; Math Club, 
4; Photo Club, 4. 



SUSAN KENDALL 
1187 Trapelo Road 

College I 

Sue really can't decide whether Lat- 
in or History is best at W.H.S. Linda, 
Sheila and Helen agree that swim- 
ming or bike riding is "just the 
thing". Assisting in Operation 
Headstart has given this future 
elementary school teacher a real 
boost! 

Activities: F.T.A., 2, 3, 4; Notional Honor 
Society, 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff, 3, 4; 
Latin Club, 4. 



BRUCE KENNEDY 
31 Lard Street 
College II 

"Juicy Brucey" an alumnus of Ken- 
nedy Junior High, particularly enjoys 
playing the guitar in his spare time. 
This senior also likes a pizza lunch 
with Pete, Bill and Larry. Bruce's 
future plans include joining the 
service after graduation. 



ELEANOR KEOHANE 
45 Melody Lane 

Business 

"What is this?" That's what 
"Kiwi" asks when she isn't eating 
chicken! On her way to English she 
can usually be seen with Maggie 
and Maria. This blue-eyed lass plans 
to spend her time in the clouds as 
an airline stewardess. 



ROBERT KEYES 
26 Crestview Road 
College I 

"Yeh, right, " says "Buddy" as he, 
Don, Dick, and Tom discuss another 
victorious track meet over a piece 
of apple pie. This former student of 
Kennedy Junior High enjoys his 
math classes most at W.H.S. "Bud- 
dy" has energetic plans. He is pre- 
paring to attend Springfield College 
for a career in the field of physical 
education. 

Activities: Outstanding Cross Country 

Runner, 2; Cross Country Track, 2, 3, 4; 

Indoor and Outdoor Track, 2, 3, 4; Chem 
Club, 3; Spanish Club, 3, 4. 



KEVIN KILEY 
15 Beaver Street 
College I 

"Tell me another one". . . "Hemo" 
can be heard saying to Stubba, 
John, and Bob during lunch, cafe 
studies, and bombscares ... his fa- 
vorite school activities. In school he 
enjoys economics and out of school 
he devours steak, when he gets the 
chance! College beckons to Kevin 
after graduation. 




DAVE KING 

61 Aberdeen Avenue 

Honors 

Although "Dave" cannot bring his 
drums to math class he still consid- 
ers math his favorite subject. Third 
lunch with Joe, Phil, and Paul also 
rate high with this college-bound 
senior when he's not practicing 
with the band or rushing to a club 
meeting. 

Activities Germon Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 4, Moth Club, 4; Bond, 2. 3, 
4; Demoloy Worthy Advisor, 4 



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HELEN KNEISEL 
45 Worcester Lane 

College II 

"Come on, Helen, you can win!" 
shout friends Ruthie, Susan and Lin- 
da to this active girl as she parti- 
cipates in one of the many 
girls track team competitions. Sing- 
ing with Sue is her favorite activity 
at home; at W.H.S. she's never late 
for French class or creative writing 
class with Mrs. Lohmann. She hopes 
to attend junior college. 

Activities: Folk Song Club, 4; Girls' 
Track Team, 4; Glee Club, 3. 



SHEILA KOKIDKO 
16 Carlton Road 

College I 

Sheila will always remember the 
kids, Mr. Fitzgerald, football games, 
and lunch at W.H.S. Susan, Kathy, 
and Linda tell us that Spanish is one 
of her favorite subjects. Sheila is 
planning to attend the University o\ 
Massachusetts next year with the 
hope of becoming a social worker 
or a teacher. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Spanish 
Club, 3, 4; Folk Song Club, 4; Senior 
Play, 4. 



KAREN KROM 

28 Hiawatha Avenue 

Business 

Brown-haired, hazel-eyed Karen, 
who hails from Kennedy Junior 
High, L.S.J. H. really likes the kids at 
W.H.S. French with Mrs. Johnson 
rates high on Karen's hit parade, 
although Shirley, Betty, and Maggie 
say that she is a real sports enthusi- 
ast. Future plans include business 
college. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 





JOHN KROMER 

85 Greenwood Lane 

Honors 

"Happiness is a warm smile." With 
this point of view, all of Jack's 
friends are happy, because the de- 
lightful grin of the blue-eyed gui- 
tarist is ever present on his face. 
Jack has a special love for Russian 
and English classes, and intends to 
add his talent to a graduate pro- 
gram in that field. 

Activities: Russian Club, 3, 4; Cross 
Country team, 2, 3; Indoor and outdoor 
track teams, 2; Latin Club, 2; Brandeis 
student, 4. 



GAIL KULIN 

119 Sheffield Road 

College I 

People and pickles are favorites of 
this brown-eyed senior from L.S.J.H. 
Gail, called "Q" by Ann, Sonja, and 
Kathy, spends her time out-of-doors 
skiing, swimming or sailing. We're 
sure any college will be glad to 
have this sports enthusiast on cam- 
pus. 

Activities: Student Council, 4; German 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Main Office, 3, 4; Russian 
Club, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Folk Song 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club, 2, 3; Glee 
Club, 3. 



LINDA KUPELIAN 
574 Lexington Street 

College I 

Here comes "Coop" down the hall 
with Karen, Debby, and "Chesie". 
"I kid you not," she often says, 
maybe even in French, her favorite 
subject! "Coop" is often with the 
band watching the football games, 
or eating roast beef. She plans to 
go to college after graduation. 
Activities: Latin Club, 2; Band, 3, 4. 



THOMAS KYTE 
60 Miriam Road 

College I 

"You're telling me!" shouts Tom 
when he's in math class with T.L. 
The strange combination of steak 
and electronics constitute his favor- 
ite things, while going to college 
and majoring in engineering are his 
plans for next year. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4. 



ELAINE LaBOSSIERE 
696 Lexington Street 

Business 

Elaine, who enjoys the football 
games and rallies, can be seen rush- 
ing to typing class with Helen, and 
Theresa. If she's not painting in her 
spare time, she's devouring a pizza 
This brown-eyed lass plans to go to 
a business school after graduation. 
Activities: Drama Club, 4. 








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JAMES LaCAVA 

101 Washington Avenue 

College I 

Jim, a brown-haired enthusiast of 
meatball subs, enjoys bowling, and 
geometry class with Mr. O'Brien. 
Jim, a transfer from St. Charles 
High School can be heard exclaim- 
ing "Get on the stick!" to friends 
Louis, Bob, and Roger while walk- 
ing to his favorite class, chemistry. 
Future plans include college for this 
brown-eyed senior. 
Activities: Rifle Club, 4. 



ROBERT LaCROIX 
105 Thornton Road 

College I 

Bobby, with pals Paul and Edgar 
hurries off to hockey practice in the 
early morning. When not playing 
hockey, Bobby enjoys going ice 
fishing. After graduation, Northeast- 
ern University or Boston College is 
on the agenda for this active senior. 
Activities: Baseball Team, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 
Team, 2, 3, 4. 



JANET LAFARGUE 
17 Francis Street 
College II 

Janet, an alumna of Kennedy Junior 
High, enjoys drawing and collecting 
photographs of famous people. 
"Jan," along with Leslie, Ruth, and 
Barbara, enjoys art classes with Mrs. 
Stone. Janet's favorite saying is 
"Non ce di che," or "Don't mention 
it". Jan plans to attend an art col- 
lege in Boston. 




SHARON LALLY 

4 Riverview Avenue 

Business 

Green-eyed "Shezi" hails to us from 
South Junior High. "Where am I 
going now?" she asks Betty, Marie, 
and Nancy as she comes out of Eng- 
lish. When not bowling with the 
Natick Couples League, "Shezi" is 
probably enjoying a pizza and 
gingerale. Work and marriage are in 
the near future for her. 

Activities: Main Office, 3, 4; Mr. Mo- 
rang's Office, 2, 3. 



CHARLES P. LAMONT, JR. 
138 Woerd Avenue 
Vocational 

"Kim" is usually seen going to class 
with Paul, Joe, and Skip. He indus- 
triously earned attendance and 
achievement awards in Junior 
Achievement. After school hours 
are spent water skiing or building 
his car. Kim's future plans consist 
of college and the Air Force. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3; Audio 
Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment Exchange, 3, 4. 



ROBERT LARCOME 
279 Crescent Street 
Business 

Bob often greets comrades Greg, 
Bill, and Dave with a friendly "Hi 
there!" Bookkeeping is Bob's favor- 
ite course at W.H.S., but he likes 
the entire curriculum offered to stu- 
dents. When not eating Chinese 
food, Bob will be fishing or swim- 
ming. After graduation, he plans to 
attend business school and enter 
the world of accounting. 



BEVERLY LaFORTE 
63 Albermarle Road 
College I 

"You're kidding me!" cries "Beeb" 

to Jane and Janet as she comes out 

of her favorite French class. Chinese 

food is tops with "Beeb" as Cheryl 

and Bernie well know. Work in Mr. 

Levey's office and cafe studies are 

among the favorites of this future 

nurse. 

Activities: French Club, 3; F.N. A., 3, 4 ; 
Mr. Levey's Office, 4. 




ELIZABETH LARRABE 
67 Indian Road 

Business Stenography 
"Yeah" shouts Betty when Cora, 
"Shezi", or Mary Ann suggest hav- 
ing a pizza or meatball sub. English 
and shorthand classes take up most 
of her time, but when she's free, 
Betty enjoys listening to records. 
Secretarial work is in her future. 









BEVERLY LAWLER 
22 Wilbur Street 
College I 

Effervescent "Bev" running through 
the halls of W.H.S. to get to her fa- 
vorite class— math with Mr. Lynch — 
often meets her friends Barnie, Bev, 
and Mary to plan a ski trip or dis- 
play her newest sweater or dress— 
"handmade by Bev." Will this bub- 
bling senior succeed in college? 
You'd better believe it! 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
French Club, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 3, 
4; Main Office, 3, 4; Mr. Belliveau's 
Staff, 2, 3; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4. 




GLADYS LEATE 
392 Lincoln Street 
Distributive Education 

Gladys spends all her spare time 
bowling. "Teedee", who came to 
W.H.S. from Kennedy Junior High, 
is often eating spaghetti and meat 
balls with friends Sandy, Ruthie, 
and Peggy. Mrs. Willette's English 
class is Gladys' special delight. Af- 
ter graduation she hopes to work at 
a Civil Service job. We wish her the 
best of luck in the future. 
Activities: Member of DECA. 



PATRICIA LAWRENCE 
98 Cushing Street 

Business 

While waiting for the 2:30 bell to 
ring, "Trisha" thinks the time goes 
fastest in law class. Donna, Mary 
Ann, and Rose Marie will tell you 
the rallies and our fantastic football 
team rate "TOPS" with Trisha. Her 
blue eyes are focused on IBM 
school in the near future. 



ANDREW LAWSON 
173 Robbins Street 

College II 

"College" with a crop of bright 
blond hair, jokes "Get off my 
cloud" to his many friends. The 
boys know he enjoys his French 
and English classes, but when it 
comes to tinkering with cars, no- 
thing else quite measures up. "Col- 
lege" plans to start his career- 
where else?— college! 



RUTH LEAVITT 

105 Warwick Avenue 

College II 

"500 Miles . . ." What's that I hear? 

That's Ruthie practicing the guitar 

for the next meeting of the Folk 

Song Club. Writing creative stories, 

or indulging in a big juicy steak, 

Ruthie is usually wearing a smile. 

Teaching is in store for our devoted 

folk singer. 

Activities: F.T.A., 3, 4; Folk Song Club, 

Operation Head Start. 



CHARLES LeBLANC 
43 South Street 
College II 

As soon as "Charlie" came from 
Memromcook High School in New 
Brunswick, you could hear him yell- 
ing "Give a cheer for Waltham 
High!" The blue-eyed blond likes 
math classes best, and friends 
Wayne, Laurie, and Don tell us he 
plans to be an airplane mechanic. 



BARBARA LEARD 
14 Greenwood Lane 

Stenographic 

Barb, who can be seen on tl 
bridge in the morning with Nanc 
is our football Pep Squad Co-Ca 
tain, and is also a great hockey € 
thusiast. "Are you kidding me 
asks Barb when she discovers sort 
one has eaten her steak. Barl 
brown eyes are focused on a bu 
ness career. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 3, 4, Co-Capta 
4; Prom Committee, 3,4; Mirror Busin 
Staff, 4. 





LINDA LeBLANC 
130 Felton Street 
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This senior looks to the sky for h 
future! She plans to be an airli 
stewardess. "Lynn" comes to t 
school from St. Charles. She has 
mammoth collection of stuffed a 
mals. Lynn enjoys ice skating ai 
eating pizza, her favorite foe 
"Whoopy-doo!" is an exclamati> 
familiar to her friends Connie, Line 
and Annette. Lynn finds that fo< 
ball games and English with M 
Shirley are the things she liki 
about Waltham High. But the b< 
thing, Lynn explains with a grin, 
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MARY ANN Le BLANC 
18 Day Street 
Stenographic 

Mary Ann, who came to us from 
South Junior High, is an avid pizza 
fan. Jimmy, Kathy, and Betty know 
that she likes dancing and can be 
seen at most high school affairs. 
During class time, Mary Ann enjoys 
shorthand and Miss Hogarty's steno 
class. Future plans? Well, they're 
indefinite now, but we know she'll 
do well. 



PHILIP Le DUC 
1 1 Sheffield Road 
College II 

When not enjoying his P.O.D. clas- 
ses, Phil can be heard saying 
"What's the story?" to Teddy Dave 
and Phil. Phil likes to keep W.H.S. 
water bubblers busy, collect coins, 
or play pocket billiards. As he 
downs his favorite Chinese food, 
Phil dreams of his future in tech- 
nical school. 
Activities: Junior Achievement, 3. 




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ROGER Le BLANC 
22 Fountain Street 

College I 

"Yeah, sure" says "Rog" to his 
good buddies Larry, Larry and Larry. 
Very often this senior can be seen 
in pizza shops munching on piping 
hot pizzas or in sub shops avidly 
consuming enormous submarines. A 
sports enthusiast, Rog is pleased 
with the sports selection at W.H.S. 
Roger finds his math class not only 
enjoyable but useful, since he plans 
a career in mechanical engineering 
after college. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 
4; Chemistry Club, 4; J.E.T.S., 4. 



MICHAEL Le BRUN 
86 Chester Lane 

Auto Mechanics 

"Mike's" most relaxing hobby is 
sleep. Also among this brown- 
haired blue-eyed senior's favorites 
are his history class, and oddly 
enough, the stairways in the cafe! 
The years to come will find Mike as 
an auto mechanic. 




DANIEL Le CLAIRE 
1 5 Summit Street 

College II 

"This old school reminds me of a 
museum," says "Coard." Out of 
the "museum", you can find Dan 
bowling. Blue-eyed "Coard" fore- 
sees a career in data processing. 



HENRY LEGER 
19 Beech Road 

College II 

"You must be kidding" is the oft 
spoken quote of "Buster" to 
friends Ronnie and Bruce. The at- 
mosphere at Waltham High contrib- 
utes to his enjoyment of his favor- 
ite subject chemistry. After gradua- 
tion "Buster" plans on furthering 
his education in college. 




DONNA LEMBO 
17 Fiske Street 

Business 

"My mother's going to kill me" is 
what Donna Do cries when she's 
out with the girls Pam, Debbie, Lau- 
ra, Connie and Margaret. She's usu- 
ally gulping down cheeseburgers at 
the Ranch House, or driving Frank's 
car. This brown-eyed lass hails from 
Lexington Street and North Junior, 
and plans to be a secretary after 
graduation. 

Activities: Clinic Staff, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Co-chairman, 4. 




JANET LENZA 
18 Kendall Park 
College II 

"You bet" answers Janet when 
Mark, Kathy, or Mary Ann mentions 
lobster. Cafe discussions take up 
most of Janet's time, but when she 
does find time, this future English 
teacher enjoys dancing. 
Activities: FT. A., 3. 




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EDWARD LEONARD 
46 Adams Street 
College II 

Ed, a former South Juniorite enjoys 
the sports at W.H.S. the best. When 
not playing the guitar with Joe, 
John, and Cye, he can be found in 
his favorite math class. Ed plans to 
attend Boston State next year to 
become a teacher. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3. 



BARBARA ANN LEWIS 
1 1 Massasoit Court 

Stenographic 

Well, how about that. Here comes 
that future beautician from South 
Junior. Barb loves fried chicken and 
bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand 
with Miss Mooney. Karen, Maryann, 
and Kathy really say that Barb's hair 
styles will probably be as artistic as 
her drawings. 





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CHERYL LESKOSKI 
194V2 Adams Street 
Clerk Typist 

Laughing as usual, "Fitz" can al- 
ways be found enjoying a lobster 
with Joan, Norma, and Pattie. Foot- 
ball games, cooking, and English 
class with Miss Tabor are the high 
spots in the year for this future lab 
technician. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 3, 4. 




DEBORAH LESTER 
32 Nathan Road 

College II 

This athletic North Juniorite enjoys 
swimming, sewing, and hot cups of 
coffee. Her hazel eyes sparkle at the 
sight of another Hawk victory, and 
you can hear her chirp "to say the 
least" while "freezing" during 
bombscares with Dawn, and Coop. 
Radiology attracts "Debby" as an 
interesting post-college career. 

Activities: Band, 3, 4; Chemistry, 3, 4; 
Glee Club, 2, 3; Girls Sports, 2, 3, 4; 
Lunch Monitor, 4. 




ROBERT LESEUR 

1 1 Piedmont Avenue 

College I 

Blond-haired, blue-eyed, Bob, our 
Senior Play "G"-man, digs math 
with "Bush", Warren, and Bill. "Ya 
right!" Bob, who swam his way to 
W.H.S. from Kennedy Junior will 
happily settle for a sub to satisfy 
his appetite after a pool workout. 
This technical course senior sets en- 
gineering school as his goal. 

Activities: Honor Society, 3, 4; Senior 
Play, 4; Swim Team, 2, 3, 4; Crimson 
Key, 4. 



JAMES LEXANDER 
22 Autumn Lane 

College I 

Blond, blue-eyed "Lex" favors Mr. 
Fitzgerald's classes and studies in 
the cafe. Although he is a key 
member of our hockey team, "Lex" 
enjoys all sports. Eating steak or 
just driving around with the boys 
takes up most of his spare time. 
College and playing more hockey 
are in store for Jim. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Crimson Key, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4, (Co- 
Captain); Talent Show, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball, 4. 



REL LINCOLN 
24 Vernon Street 
College II 

"Oh boy," cries "Bunny" as she re- 
ceives a new stuffed animal to add 
to her collection. Along with this 
hobby, square dancing is tops on 
her list. Rel would like to attend 
business school after graduation. 



ROBERT LISA 
95 Beal Road 
College II 

We certainly can't find a more ami- 
able person than Bob, who claims 
"everyone" is his friend. Bob 
can be seen walking quickly along 
the overpass to get to the cafeteria 
or to find out if, for once, lobster is 
for lunch. After prep school, Bob 
will brighten the campus of some 
college of aeronautical design. 
Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4. 






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MARIO LITURI 

178 College Farm Road 

College II 

Tall, brown-eyed Mario came to us 
via L.S.J. H. His interest perks at the 
thought of playing pool with Lou 
or Buck, or enjoying a big pizza 
with John. IBM is a favorite subject 
of this senior, who plans to go 
into data processing after gradua- 
tion. 



MARIA LOMBARDO 
138 Vernon Street 

College II 

Maria, who loves everything at 
W.H.S., is usually bowling or read- 
ing a good book. Nancy, Joanne, 
and Mary Ann tell us that lobster 
and speech class are tops with Ma- 
ria. Eithjr college or business school 
is in her immediate future upon 
graduation. 

Activities: Italian Club, 3, 4; Business 
Office, 4; Main Office, 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment, 3; F.N. A., 4. 




DOROTHY LYONS 
170 Lexington Street 
College I 

"What a riot!" exclaims Dottie while 
gulping down a strawberry sundae. 
Dottie loves to ski with best friends 
Carol, Mary, and Sheila. She thinks 
the sports games and the kids at 
j Waltham are great, along with her 
German classes. A liberal arts col- 
lege education is the nearest thing 
in her future. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club, 3, 4 ; Chemistry Club, 3, 4 ; Pep 
Squad, 2, 3; Senior Ploy, 4. 



WILLIAM LYONS 
39 Leonard Street 
College II 

Hazel-eyed Bill enjoys democracy 
classes at Waltham High. Photogra- 
phy and clams rate high with this 
senior, who can be seen in the cor- 
ridors with Bruce, Frank, and Kev- 
in. College and the Service are seen 
in Bill's crystal ball. 



CONSTANCE LONG 
27 Cutter Street 

Stenographic 

After a football or basketball game, 
Connie likes nothing better than a 
reply of "A big slice of pizza," 
when she queries, "What's for 
lunch?" Typing, ice-skating, and 
reading are among her many hob- 
bies. Lynda has informed us that 
Connie wants to become a private 
secretary. 




LYNNE MacARTHUR 
169 Summer Street 

College I 

"You don't say!" exclaims Lynne on 
her way to get a pizza with Ruthie, 
Janet, and Helen. Among her many 
interests are skiing, swimming and 
riding. The friendly atmosphere of 
W.H.S. is what pleases this history 
teacher-to-be. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Chemistry 
Club, 3. 



FRANCIS LORD 
46 Fiske Street 
College II 

Splash! There goes the good-looking 
co-captain of the swimming team 
racing his friends John, Cliff, and 
Kevin across the pool. Coming to us 
from Saint Mary's, "Buddy" grins, 
"Hi, kid!" to anyone who mentions 
food of any kind. What the tall, 
blue-eyed senior enjoys most at 
W.H.S. are the kids and the friendly 
atmosphere which he has helped 
greatly to create. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3; C.Y.O., 
3, 4; Swimming team, 3, 4, Co-coploin, 
4. 




GEORGE MacCLARY 
68 Caughy Street 
College II 

When looking back over the count- 
less successful efforts of the W.H.S. 
football Hawks, don't forget valua- 
ble right guard George MacClary. 
You can always count on finding 
him out with Steve, Rudy and the 
"guys". George will leave Waltham 
High to attend college in Septem- 
ber. 

Activities FootboM, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 
team, 3. 4 



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G. RICHARD AAacDONALD 
71 Leitha Drive 
College II 

"Not bad" comments Richie to 
Steve, Paul, and John after a Brig- 
ham's ice-cream. Between playing 
sports and tinkering with cars, Rich- 
ie finds time for his favorite math 
classes with Mr. O'Brien. College 
seems to be in store for this senior. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4, Junior 
Achievement, 3. 



JUDY MacDONALD 
345 Lincoln Street 
Business 

Cheeseburgers with tomatoes, and 
horseback-riding rate high with 
Judy, who can often be found say- 
ing "Just forget it," to friends San- 
dy and Ellen at rallies and assem- 
blies. Judy's future as a beautician 
is sure to be successful. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4. 



KATHLEEN MacDONALD 
61 Hawthorne Road 

Business 

When she's not swimming or skat- 
ing, Kathy can be found enjoying a 
good pizza with Janet, Maryann, 
and Nancy. Miss Mooney's steno- 
classes and cafeteria discussions are 
among Kathy's favorites at W.H.S. 
After graduation, this blue-eyed lass 
plans to become a secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 



WILLIAM MacDONALD 
20 Chester Lane 

Vocational-Machine 

Blue-eyed "Mac", an alumni 
L.S.J.H., likes to sit around watchi 
TV, when not in History class 
eating steaks. Bucky, and Waldo t 
us "Mac" plans to enter the servi 
and then become a machinist. 

Activities: Class Vice-President, 4; Mir 
Staff, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4; Audio-V 
ual, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement, 
Student Government; Class Day Comrr 
tee, 3. 




WALTER MaclNNIS 
53 Maple Street 
Electronics 

A person of varied interests is 
"Mac," a Kennedy Jr. High alumnus. 
Music fascinates him as does science 
and Chinese food. With a "come on 
now!" he'll tell Tony and Frany that 
his future plans include making 
money in electronics. 



GARY MACKIN 
84- Whitman Road 

College I 

"When Gary is not playing golf, he 
can usually be found eating fried 
clams with Skip and Jim. English 
class and vacations rate high with 
this brown-eyed senior who plans 
to attend Babson after graduation. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Junior Achievement, 3; Golf 
Team, 2, 3, 4. 



LINDA MacLENNAN 
37 Brown Street 
Business 

"Oh great!" is the cry of this blue- 
eyed senior as she tromps to short- 
hand ci'ass with Ruth, Janice, and 
MaryAnne. Everything's "right" 
when Linda is at a football rally, 
game, or just munching pizza. Sec- 
retarial work will shape a bright 
future for this former South Junior 

gal. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4. 



DONNA MACMILLAN 
46 Bedford Street 
Business 

Donna, who came to W.H.S. fr 
North Junior, enjoys her Engl 
Class and socializing in the co 
dors the most. Skating, skiing 
cheering the hockey team top 
winter-time list of fun. This piz 
eater at heart plans to attend bt 
ness school in the fall. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3; Junior 
chievement, 3; Mr. Levey's 



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WILLIAM MADDEN 
1 1 James Street 
College I 

If you remember the W.H.S. band 
you'll certainly remember Bill play- 
ing the tuba. When not busy with 
band activities or presiding over the 
Student Council, Bill can usually be 
found downing a hamburger and 
milkshake with Jim, or Warren. 
"Right" he always exclaims when 
asked about his future plans at 
Lowell State. 

Activities: French Club, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club, 3; Northeast District Band; 
Student Council President, 4. 



CATHERINE MAHONEY 
76 Russell Street 

Business Stenographic 
That petite girl from Tucson, Arizo- 
na doesn't answer to anything but 
"Kate". Junior English with Mr. Loh- 
man and fried chicken top Kate's list 
of favorites. Third lunch with Mary 
Ann, Paulette and Nancy really 
completes the day for Kate. If 
you should happen to hear a little 
laugh and a Booming, "Hi ya kids," 
it's Kate. Next year Kate hopes to 
return to Arizona to work as a sec 
retary. 

Activities: Volleyball Team, 2; Mr 
Levey's Staff, 4. 



DENICE MAHONEY 
47 Princeton Avenue 
College II 

"Oh, great!" says Denice to Ruth, 
Linda, and Lorraine, when sewing, 
painting, or eating ravioli is men- 
tioned. This brown-eyed senior 
comes to us from J.F.K. Memorial 
Junior High. She enjoys French 
classes and the language lab most 
at W.H.S. Denice will soon be wear- 
ing the white cap of a nurse. 
Activities Language Lab Assistant, 3, 4. 



ROBERT MAHONEY 
60 Fiske Avenue 
College II 

Bob always has a smile and a good 
word for everyone. This friendly 
senior who was welcomed at W.H.S. 
from Mount Trinity Academy often 
enjoys water-skiing, swimming, and 
playing football. Jeff, Joe, and Bill 
find that "Moe" is a sincere friend. 
An institution of higher education 
will welcome this hard-working stu- 
dent. 
Activities. Swim team, 3, 4. 




MARY MALONEY 

554 Waverly Oaks Road 

Business Stenographic 

Lively, blonde, blue-eyed "Molly" is 
always "on the go" from gym to 
third lunch to football games or 
basketball games. Bookkeeping, 
downing juicy steaks, and "driving 
around" with Nan and Carol all 
keep Molly busy. "That's close" ex- 
claims this attractive future WAVE. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 4; Girls Basket- 
ball, 3, 4; Mirror Staff, 4. 



BERNADETTE MANCUSO 
17 Hardy Pond Road 
College I 

Whether playing a good game of 
tennis, cheering our team to victory 
or studying in Math class, friendly 
"Bernie" is always having fun. Ber- 
nadette, who is also known as 
"Ern", enjoys drinking coffee milk- 
shakes with Marilyn and Janis. Her 
sparkling smile will light up her 
career as a dental hygienist. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff, 4; Cheer- 
leader, 4; Italian Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 
4, Treasurer, 3; Chemistry Club, 3; Mr. 
Levey's Office Staff, 2, 3, 4, Home- 
room Representative, 2, 3; Junior Prom 
Committee, 3; Dramatics Club, 2; Girl's 
Basketball, 2; Senior Prom Committee, 4 




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JANICE MAHONEY 
175 Summer Street 
College II 

Sociable Jan can usually be heard 
yelling between laughs, "Don't be 
a surd" to Carol and the "Surd- 
cles"! This busy miss finds Mr. 
Fitzgerald and basketball games al- 
most as "yummy" as fried clams! 
Right now, blue-eyed Jan looks 
ahead to learning styling tricks at 
Mansfield Beauty Academy. 

Activities Pep Squod, 2, 3, 4; Maroon 
Squad, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, Sponish 
Club. 2. 



CHARLES MANERO 
29 Gregory Street 

College II 

Earth science and hot pastromi rate 
high on "Chucky's" list of favor- 
ites. Chucky likes Waltham because 
of all the "great" people he has 
met— like friends Jim and Tim. This 
senior intends to work with his 
father in the catering business after 
graduation. 
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AAARCIA MANSFIELD 
88 Chester Lane 

Business 

When insulted, blue-eyed "Crazy" 
merrily smiles and says "Makes me 
feel good." English classes, the peo- 
ple and the various activities at 
W.H.S. fascinate this sprightly bowl- 
ing champion. June, Charlene and 
Cheryl all agree that "Crazy" will 
make a great Medical Secretary aft- 
er attending Chandler's. 




CONSTANCE MANTENUTO 
72 Kendall Park 
Business 

This blue-eyed brunette hails from 
Lexington Street Junior High. Con- 
nie likes roast beef, reading, free 
periods and sewing. Friends Laura, 
Donna, Margaret and Debbie all 
agree that she'll always remain 
happy! 
Activities: Clinic Staff, 4. 



BEVERLY MANZELLI 
40 Forest Street 
Busmess-Sfeno. 

Cool it! Here comes Bev; that 
brown - haired dark -eyed marvel 
from L.S.J. H. Bev likes boys, danc- 
ing and waterskiing as well as Ital- 
ian food and especially macaroni. As 
a cafe monitor, Bev gets her fill of 
food. At football games, Bev strains 
her vocal cords to cheer the red and 
white. "Murph," Ronnie,' and Jean 
really think that Beverly is tops. 
Next year "Bev" plans to exercise 
her hands and mind at a Secretarial 
School. 
Activities: Cafe Monitor. 



ROBERT MARCOU 
61 Chester Lane 

College II 

If our slippery slotback isn't carry- 
ing the ball for the W.H.S. eleven, 
then he's probably out with Ralph, 
George, and Rudy. "Parties" and 
football are the two great favorites 
of this blue-eyed blonde. College is 
in store for Bob after graduation. 

Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 
2, 3, 4. 



MARYDEANE MARGESON 
103V2 Adams Street 
Distributive Education 

Driving, dancing and sewing fill up 

"Deanie's" spare moments away 

from school while retailing class, 

English class with Mr. Damian and 

Mr. Weidner, and making new 

friends take up her time in school. 

To enter Retailing school is the 

prime target for this lively senior. 

Activities: Prsident of Dist. Ed. Class 
4; Homeroom Representative; Pep Squad; 
DECA. 



NICHOLOSMARIANI 
70 Cedar Street 
College I 

"Nick" as nicknamed by his friends 
Steve, Danny, and Skip, was one of 
our football players for W.H.S. Nick, 
who enjoys reading in his spare 
time, will find this hobby an asset 
to him when he goes off to college 
this fall. 

Activities- Audio-Visual Staff, 2, 3; Foot- 
ball, Track. 



PAUL MAROBELLA 
15 Humboldt Street 

College II 

College-bound Paul is generally 
busy building cars, but he does like 
English classes. The "Hey, my man" 
man always seems to accept a steak 
out-of-school. He enjoys the football 
games in Waltham when he's in the 
company of friends Paul and Desi. 



DONALD MARSH 
239A Ash Street 

Business 

"You don't say" remarks Donnie 
when Brent and Dave tell him 
they're going out for pizza. This 
sports-lover frequents the Brandeis 
tennis courts with his good friend 
Mike. A career in business account- 
ing will be a busy job for conscien- 
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DANIEL MARTIN 

12 Wampum Avenue 

Business 

Cars, business machines and pizza 
rank high with blue-eyed Danny. A 
former student at St. Charles and 
Lexington St. Jr. High, Danny now 
likes the bomb scares at W.H.S. 
best. Dave, Phil, and Russ, along 
with the rest of us, will all miss him 
when he joins the service. 



JEANNE MARZANO 
340 Forest Street 
Bus/ness-Sfeno. 

If you should see a short, springy 
bundle of smiles walking along 
with Joe, Bev, or Sis, you -can bet 
that Jean has made the scene. Jean 
simply loves to spend money, and 
eat lobster or fried clams. Cheering 
the ream to victory at rallies, and 
assemblies, are Jean's greatest en- 
joyments. Looking into the crystal 
ball, we can see Jean as an efficient 
secretary. 



HUGH AAASTERMAN 
365 Lincoln Street 

Honors 

This science-minded senior, who 
comes from Kennedy Junior High, 
especially enjoys playing golf and 
can often be found with Al and 
Bruce talking to foreign countries 
with his ham set. Hugh won't for- 
get his Math classes with Mr. Lynch. 
We all wish Hugh good luck in an 
Electronic Engineering career. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 
3, 4; United Nations Forum, 4; J.E.T.s. 
Chairman, 4 ; National Merit Semi-Finalist, 



PATRICK-McDONNELL 
167 Grove Street 

Welding 

Hazel-eyed "Mac" really enjoys 
bowling with Tom, Kenny and Pet- 
er. "Up tight" exclaims this ex- 
South Juniorite as he finishes a 
project to make the mad dash for 
the cafe hoping to find a nice juicy 
steak on the menu. His future plans 
include welding. 

Activities: Yeorbook stoff, 4; Safety Com- 
nvttee, 3, 4. 






Raymond McDonnell 

26 Bowdoin Avenue 
College II 

From the purple and white of St. 
Marys to the red and white of Wal- 
tham High, "Ray" has maintained 
his acute interest in cars. He offers 
favorable comments at the mention 
of W.S.H. law classes with Joe and 
Steve. Presently he is keen on the 
idea of entering the military service 
after graduation. 



GREGORY McELROY 
48 Tolman Street 

Honors 

"Procrastination is thy greatest 
fault" mumbles "UGA" over his lat- 
est Reflecfor assignment. Joe, Tony 
and Joe will tell you that UGA 
thinks nothing can be better than 
Bowling or subsandwiches, unless 
there is another bomb scare at 
W.H.S. His future in college sure 
looks bright. 

Activities: Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, president. 
4; Boys State Representative, 3; Reflec- 
tor Staff, 4, sports editor, 4; Debating 
Club, 3; Audio Visuol Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Religious cell (CYO) 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent, 3, 4. 



NORMA McGANN 
145 Alder Street 
College II 

South Junior sent blue-eyed 
blonde Norma and her favorite 
Swedish meatballs to us. You can 
find her in P.O.D. or with friends 
Jackie, Nancy and Frani. Norma en- 
joys third lunch, football rallies and 
looks ahead to teacher's college. 

Activities: Yearbook and Newspoper 
Stoff, 4; FT A., 4; Pep Squod, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Woltham Youth Council, 2; Glee Club. 
2, 3; Senior Housemaster s Office 4 
Talent Show, 4; Senior Play Committee, 
4; Senior Prom Committee, 4. 



PAUL McGOVERN 
167 Newton Street 

College I 

"Buster" can usually be found pass- 
ing a football to George or eating 
pizza with John and Rollie. This 
former student of South Jr. High 
enjoys P.O.D. classes and homeroom 
most at WHS. Since "Buster" has 
such a great zeal for sports, we'll 
probably see him as a success in 
that field in the future. 

Activities Footboll, 2. 3. 4 ; Boseboll 2. 
3, 4. 



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FRANK McGUIRE 
79 Pine Hill Circle 

College II 

This blue-eyed blonde can usually 
be found spending his winter va- 
cation swishing down a snow 
covered slope. Richie and Jim both 
agree that Frank's fondest mem- 
ories of WHS include math classes, 
English class, half days during mid- 
year and final exams. Frank is 
planning on entering the Air Force 
after graduation. 



WELDON McLEAN 
4L Lakeview Avenue 

Vocariona/-Carpenfry 

"Mc" is an amiable fellow who 
came to the vocational high from 
L.S.J. H. We say he's amiable be- 
cause he says his best friend is the 
class of "66". Rifles and shop also 
rate high with "Mc" who plans to 
go into the Army after graduation. 
Activities: Rifle Club, 2, 3, 4. 




BRIAN McMAHON 
248 Beal Road 
College II 

"Nice Whip" says sandy-haired 
Stubb while munching pizza at 
baseball and hockey games. Hemo, 
John, and Mack all agree that Brian 
likes bombscares, English and read- 
ing sports stories. A Junior College 
is in the future for this baseball 
fan. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 4; 
Audio Visual Staff, 2; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative, 4; Baseball, 2, 3. 



WILLIAM McQUIGGAN 
17 Liberty Street 

College II 

Good looking "Mac" is usually 
found discussing the latest sports 
news with Ralph, Brian and Bob. 
They know that when "Mac" yells 
to take it easy, he sure isn't includ- 
ing hunting or meatball servings. 
Soon, time for swimming and foot- 
ball must make way for college's 
work. 

Activities: Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4; 
Football, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY MclVOR 
139 Bright Street 

College I 

Nanc, one of the liveliest seniors 

particularly enjoys basketball games 

at WHS. During classtime however, 

Nanc is usually studying History, 

her favorite subject. Terry, Rosy 

and Jack say that Nanc is a great 

person. We wish her the best of 

luck in nursing school. 

Activities: Co-Editor of Business Staff, 4; 
German Club, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club, 2; 
Spanish Club, 2; Chemistry Club, 4; 
Pep Squad, 2; Waltham Youth Council, 4; 
J. A. 3; FNA, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 



KATHLEEN McLELLAN 
760 Belmont Street 

Business 

This future secretary or Phys 
therapist enjoys English and che< 
burgers the best. "I can't exp 
it" says Kathy to friends Peg 
Sue and Christine as she talks ab 
how great Mr. Gallagher and 
teaching system is at WHS. 
also enjoys horseback riding, re 
skating, and tennis. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff, 2. 




ELLEN MEARLES 

60 Brightwood Road 

College II 

Coming from North Junior, Ellen 
says "I know all about it" to 
Jimmy, Marcia, Pat, and Donna. 
"2:30" is one of her favorites at 
W.H.S. along with Mr. Meader and 
the Class of '66. Naturally, Ellen 
hopes to attend Aquinas School in 
the future. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Chemistry Club, 
3; Pep Squad, 2; Junior Achievement, 3, 
4. 




JOHN MELANSON 
83 Rockridge Road 

Clerk-typist 

Say the name John Melans 
around W.H.S. and nine out 
ten will scratch their heads c 
say, "John Melanson?— Oh! \ 
mean 'Benny'!" Almost everyc 
knows "Benny" including Ron 
Tom, and Ron who realize si 
details as "Benny's" love of sti 
and his enthusiasm in leading 
"Montclairs." Benny says that 
will always remember the stude 
and the very understanding tea 
ers at Waltham High. 




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DIEGO MERIDA 
447 Moody Street 

College I 

"Cuba" can be heard saying "I'm 
getting my license" to friends 
Dave, Rick, and Ron, as he eats his 
favorite food— tamales. Don came 
to the U.S. from Havana, Cuba. 
He hopes someday to become a 
diplomat. 

Activities: U.N. Club, 4; Track Team, 2, 
3, 4; Cross Country, 4; Tufts Summer Pro- 
gram, 3. 



FRANCES MITCHELL 
81 Hibiscus Avenue 
College I 

"Mitch" enjoys doing anything 
that comes to her head at the mo- 
ment, and eating Chinese food and 
ice creams at 3:00 with Jane, Car- 
ol, or Anne. English classes with 
Miss Beaulne and Math with "Mr. 
Fritz" rate high with Frances, who 
can often be heard exclaiming, 
"Don't make a fool out of me, I'm 
doing all right by myself." After 
further education Fran looks for- 
ward to scurrying around a hospi- 
tal wearing a nurse's cap, uniform, 
and pin. 

Activities: Mirror Staff, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; F.N. A., 3, 4; German Club, 2, 
3, 4; Clinic Staff, 3, 4. 



ROBERT MORAN 
35 Rich Street 
Vocational 

"Buggs" is sometimes found quot- 
ing such profound truths as "He 
who hath a trade hath an estate," 
to John, Ed, and Tom. Of course 
the printing trade will have to wait 
till graduation to learn this. A com- 
bination of printing and steak liven 
this North Junior Alumnus' life. 



SHEILA MONAHAN 
68 Wenthrop Street 
Business 

Hailing from South Junior, Sheila 
enjoys shorthand with Miss Hogar- 
ty along with studies in the cafe 
with friends "Murph," Mary Ann, 
and Donna. Sheila hopes to do sec- 
retarial work after graduation. 



CYNTHIA MONTGOMERY 
258 Beal Road 
College I 

"Cindy," who came to us from Ro- 
sary Academy, is exceptionally 
happy when skiing on a snowy 
slope or cooking in the kitchen. 
-She claims she likes everything 
from boys, to P.O.D., to butternut 
squash. Margie knows that Cindy 
is tops as an actress because, "It is 
the nature of the beast." We wish 
her luck with a histrionic career 
after graduation from the American 
Academy of Acting. 

Activities: Ski Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 3; Debating Society, 3; N.E. Drama, 
2, 3; Senior Play, 4. 

PAUL MONAHAN 
6 John Street 

Business 

Thanksgiving Day offers Paul the 
best opportunity to stuff up on his 
favorite food— turkey. This fun-lov- 
ing senior likes homeroom period 
with Mrs. Murphy when school is 
in session. Business college awaits 
this tall, hazel-eyed, Walthamite 
upon graduation. 



WAYNE MORGAN 
832 Moody Street 

College II 

"Oh No!" exclaims Wayne to his 
friends Mike, Rich, and Jim when 
they refuse to let him buy a steak. 
This brown-haired fellow came 
from South Junior to W.H.S., where 
he rates history and biology class- 
es highly. Wayne plans to make a 
career of teaching. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3. 



WILLIAM MORGAN 
832 Moody Street 

Distributive Education 
"Vacation is coming!" With this 
familiar cry, Bill heads enthusiasti- 
cally toward his English class with 
Mr. Damian. After school, Bill's fa- 
vorite diversion is sitting in a pizza 
shop having coffee with "Porky", 
or attending D.E.C.A. meetings. Al- 
though his future plans are indef- 
inite, we know he will certainly 
succeed in his chosen field. 
Activities: D.E.C.A., 2, 3, 4. 






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DONNA MORINE 
28 Overlook Road 

Business 

Drawing, oil-painting, and French 
fries rate high with this blonde 
senior. She enjoys business ma- 
chines and the kids at W.H.S. Joan, 
Sheila, and Ellen, tell us that 
Donna plans to be a secretary in 
the future. 



DEBORAH AAUISE 
217 South Street 
College I 

Dark-haired "AAoosie" probably has 
more hobbies than any other WHS 
student. Painting, reading, sketch- 
ing, and debating all rate high 
with this hazel-eyed senior. Andi, 
Marilyn, and JoAnn all agree that 
English classes wouldn't be the 
same without Debby's inquisitive 
"WHY?" 

Activities: Folk Song, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 
2. 





DIANE MORRISON 
73 Upland Road 
Stenographic 

This hazel-eyed senior says fried 
clams are "Yummy." Kathy, Eileen, 
and Kathy all agree that Diane 
loves to go horseback riding and 
to football games. Besides history, 
she enjoys the 2:30 bell at W.H.S. 
Daine hopes to become a beauti- 
cian. 



JAMES MUISE 

90 Marivista Avenue 

Machine-Vocational 

Stuffed macaroni and shop rate an 
"A" with blue-eyed "Mother 
Moose." When wasting time you 
can see Jim with friends Tuily, 
Vroom, and Waldo rushing into the 
cafe to see the girls. The Navy and 
machine work are in the future for 
this blond senior. 





JOANNE MORRISON 
73 Upland Road 

Clerk-Typist 

Joanne came to us about three 
years ago from L.S.J.H. and she 
now enjoys history and football 
games at W.H.S. Among her other 
favorites are pizza and horseback 
riding. Alice, Kathy, and Eileen 
tells us Joanne would like to be- 
come a beautician in the future. 
Good Luck, Joanne. 



LAWRENCE MUISE 
10 Floyd Street 

College I 

"Whats to eat?" Pizza, what else? 
In fact the only thing that can 
keep "Lar" from running to the 
nearest pizza palace is a math class 
with Mr. Fitzgerald. "Lar" is a 
great movie fan, and probably is 
first in line for Air Force films 
since he plans to join the 
A.F.R.O.T.C. at U. Mass. in the fall. 





JOSEPH MROSCZCYK 
1805 Trapelo Road 

Auto Mechanics-Vocational 

Mechanically inclined Joe can be 
found at home playing the drums. 
or eating pizza at the Wal-lex. 
When he's with Mike, Peggy, and 
Noreen, he never says "I want to 
go home." Future plans include 
training for a career in aviation. 
Happy landing Joe! 
Activities: Band, 2, 3. 



KEVIN MURPHY 
Warren Street 

College II 

Kevin, who came to the hallowed 
halls of W.H.S. from Kennedy Jun- 
ior, likes lunch best, especially 
when roast beef is on the menu. 
Rick and Dennis agree that English 
is Kevin's favorite class although 
Mark tells us that nothing rates 
higher with Kevin than playing the 
guitar. College is included in this 
hazel-eyed senior's future plans. 
Gook Luck to "Kev." 




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MARGARET MURPHY 
19 Plympton Street 

Stenographic 

Bouncing, blond, blue-eyed 
"Murph" yells "Cool it!" to Bev, 
Cathy, and Carol while eating subs 
. . . likes dancing and football 
games. We wish laughing "Murph" 
good luck at secretarial school. 

Activities: Maroon Squad, 4. 



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VERONICA MURPHY 
53 Whitman Road 

Stenographic 

"Ronnie" says "Hey now" to 
friends Maria, "Murph," Bev, and 
Nora while eating meatball subs 
and French fries . . . she enjoys Eng- 
lish, cheering, talent shows, and 
Miss Hogarty's classes. Ronnie is 
keeping her future plans a secret, 
but we know she'll do all right. 

Activities: Mirror Advertising Staff, 4; 
Waltham Youth Council, 4; Mr. Hood's 
Office, 4; Cheerleading, 4; Talent Show, 
3, 4. 



MICHAEL NELSON 
311 Newton Street 

Honors 

Mike, who hails from South Junior, 

enjoys earth science, the talent 

shows, and field trips during school 

time. When playing the piano or 

out with Brent or Don, his mind 

is easily turned to "Let's eat" at 

the word "steak." 

Activities: Latin Club, 2; Audio Visual 
Staff, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatic Club, 2, 3; Senior Ploy, 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN NICOTERA 
31 Autumn Lane 

College I 

"Oh, gee," says Kathy to Linda 
Sheila, and Denise while cheering at 
the football games. She likes guitar 
playing, stamp collecting, English 
and pizza. Good luck to Kathy in a 
career of nursing. 

Activities: Italian Club, 2, 3; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Folk 
Song Club, 3, 4; F.N. A., 3, 4; Mr. 
Belliveau's Office, 2, 3, 4. 





ALBERT NAMIAS 
9 Crury Lane 

Honors 

"Sickness, death, plague, famine, 
sorrow, want, disaster, hurricane—" 
mumbles Al strangely to Hugh, 
Bruce, and Phil as he speeds along 
to advanced biology after his class 
at Brandeis. Amateur radio, tennis, 
and piano brighten his busy days. 
He has his hopes rightfully set high 
—a career as a doctor is his goal. 

Activities: Debating Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
president, 3, President, 4 ; National Honor 
Society, 3, 4; President, 4 ; A.F.S. Finalist, 
3; Dramatics Club, President, 4; Student 
Government Representative, 4; Brandeis 
student, 4; Forum, 4; Chemistry Club, 2, 
3, 4. . 



RICHARD NANGLE 
3 Alder Street 

Honors 

"Swisher" loves ice cream and math 
classes, but ice cream at Brigham's 
isn't half as great "anytime" as it is 
when he's just sung in the shower 
for his appreciative (? fellow track 
teamers. "Swish," whose future 
plans begin with a liberal arts edu- 
cation, is happiest in homeroom pe- 
riods with Mrs. Counts. Mathminded 
"Swisher" is fascinated by the 
J.E.T.S. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 2, 3; J.E.T.S., 4 ; Track, 2, 3, 
4. 




LAWRENCE NILE 
40 Manning Road 

Honors 

Larry's favorite interests are sports 
cars and eating Chinese food. This 
hazel-eyed senior likes math IV, and 
the language and physics labs best 
at W.H.S. 

Activities German Club, 2, 3, 4,- Latin 
Club, 2; Language lab assistant, 4; Math 
Club, 4; Senior Ploy, 4 



DORIS NJUS 
1 1 Lowell Street 

College I 

"Daw-daw" wishes that our school 
lunch menu would include lasagna 
once in a while. She enjoys W.H.S. 
activities with Rita, Gloria, and 
Patty. Among her favorites are 
horseback riding, water skiing, and 
French classes. We're sure this 
dancing star will pirouette her way 
through college. 

Activities German Club 2; Pep Squad. 
2, Mam Office Staff, 2; Tolent Show 
Committee, 2, 3, 4; Choreogropher 4 
Senior Ploy, 4. 



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CAROL O'BRIEN 

30 Beaver Brook Road 

Business 

Football and basketball games rate 

high with this pretty pep-squad 

member. "I'd rather not say" is a 

familiar sound to Maureen, and 

Donna when future secretary Carol 

is around. 

Activities: Mirror typist, 4; Maroon Squad, 
4; Senior Play, 4. 



JAMES O'BRIEN 
29 Webster Street 

Business 

Pat, Mike and Mr. Hall always hear 
"O.B." talking about dragging and 
losing. He comes to us from L.S.J.H. 
and likes English best at W.H.S. 
(along with eating subs). His com- 
bination for the future— attending a 
business school after graduation. 



PATRICIA O'BRIEN 
101 Prospect Hill Lane 
Business 

Joyce, Cheryl and Janet tell us that 
English with Mrs. Willett and the 
2:30 bell rate high with this blue- 
eyed senior. Pat yells "let's eat" 
when she eyes her favorite food, 
pizza. The secretarial world will find 
Pat an important member. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 4. 



MAUREEN O'CONNELL 
65 Farnum Road 

Business 

"Oakie's" favorite diversions i 

elude driving, bowling, and eatir 

pizza with friends Marilyn, Jeann 

and Martha. The W.H.S. spectacul. 

football games will linger long 

the memory of this student. Her f 

ture— attending business school al 

er graduation! 

Activities: Mirror typist, 4; Senior Pla 
Ticket Committee, 4. 





RICHARD O'HALLORAN 
60 Chester Lane 

Business 

Bomb scares, the dismissal bell and 
Chemistry classes with Mr. Yetten 
are tops with this senior. When not 
in law, "Rock" can be often found 
eating with Tom, Dave, and Mel. 
His future plans include the service. 



HAZEL O'HARA 
726 South Street 

Distributive Education 

Cheryl, Sandi and Norma say that 

Hazel is usually found skating or 

eating pizza. Hazel came to us from 

St. Mary's and says English with Mr. 

Damian rates first with her— but 

Mr. Hertigan and hAr. Wiedner are 

tops too! After graduation as a 

beautician, she will use her talents 

to create lovely hair-dos. 

Activities: DECA; Pep Squad, 1, 2; Mir- 
ror Staff, 4. 



DAVID OHNEMUS 
30 Greenwood Lane 
College I 

"Octy" is one of W.H.S.' avid hock- 
ey fans, and has received both a 
sweater and letter for playing qn 
our hockey team. "Octy" enjoys not 
only hockey, but all sports in gener- 
al. Steve, Tom, and Kenny see col- 
lege in this athlete's future. 

Activities: Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4, Junior 
Prom Committee, 3; Homeroom Represen- 
tative, 4; Senior Prom Ticket Chairman, 
4. 



PETER O'MALLEY 
135 Massasoit Street 
College II 
"Good Grief, it's Daddy" y« 
"Whale" when he's caught eati 
subs. Bomb scares and "live" f 
drills are favorites with this joki 
Senior. His green eyes are focus 
on college. His goal ... to be 
Physical Education teacher. 

Activities: Latin Club, 2; Audio Visi 
Staff, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2; Fpotb 
Team, 4; Track Team, 3; "W" Club. 



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EILEEN E. O'NEILL 
44 Newton Street 

Honors 

"Happiness is what you make it" 
cries our busy literary co-editor to 
friends Audrey, Sheila, and Ollie. 
We know Eileen's love for people 
and ability to create smiles wher- 
ever she goes will insure her suc- 
cess in college. 

Activities: Mirror Co-editor, 4; Column 
Staff, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A., 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2; Honor Soci- 
ety, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Junior Achieve- 
3; R.O.J.A.C. representative, 3; Ski 



ment 
Club. 



2, 3, 4. 



MARY O'NEILL 
20-A Caughey Street 

Business Stenographic 
"It was fun, huh" is the cry of viva- 
cious "Sis" as she bounds into Bri- 
gham's for a chocolate ice cream 
with Carol, Joan, and the girls from 
the Spywagon. Sports and typing 
rate high with this petite cheerlead- 
er who looks forward to a secretar- 
ial position after graduation. 

Activities: Cheerleader, 4; Talent Show, 
3, 4; Girls' Sports, 2, 3, 4. 



MICHAEL O'NEIL 
32 Autumn Lane 

College II 

"Fantastic" announces Mike while 
enjoying pizza with Philip, and Ar- 
nold. Mike's favorite subject is 
Spanish and he likes the flexibility 
in selections of courses at W.H.S. He 
will attend college and then go to 
theatre arts. 

Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Lighting- 
Talent Show, 4; Director of Senior Play, 4. 






ELLEN O'REILLY 

119 College Farm Road 

College I 

"You don't say?" is the cry of this 
active senior miss. And what could 
be better than ice skating and 
swimming (although chemistry lab 
is fun, too)! Pat, Janet, and Linda 
agree that, for this future nurse, 
banana splits are still the "thing". 

Activities: French Club 2, 3; Latin Club. 
2; Clinic Staff, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; 
Pep Squod, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3: Mr. 
Morang Staff, 3: FNA, 3, 4; Talent Show, 
2, 3, 4 ; Senior Play, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANCES PAPIA 
244 River Street 

Business 

Frances, dubbed "Franny" by 
Grace, Nancy, and Mary, enjoys 
passing from classes. In "Franny's" 
opinion the best aspect of W.H.S. is 
the length of each class. This sports 
enthusiast may be frequently found 
chatting with her friends over a 
large plate of fried clams. After 
graduation, Franny hopes to obtain 
a position as a secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 



ROBERT PARVENIK 
103 Totten Pond Road 

College II 

"You boob" says "Parv" to Mike,- 
Bob, and Jeff. While enjoying his 
gym class. Parv can be seen eating 
his favorite chicken or enjoying the 
weekends . . . with his bright 
brown eyes, Parv is college bound. 

Activities: German Club, 2; Chemistry 
Club. 



SONJA PASS 
122 Lowell Street 
Stenographic 

"Pass," who is a native of Austria, 
loves to ski and eat any Russian or 
Austrian food. Often she tells her 
best friends, Kathy, Gail, and Ann, 
"that's life!" when they come to her 
with their problems. Attending a 
junior college is in Sonja's plans for 
a future as bright as her personali- 
ty. 

Activities.- Mirror Representotive, 3, 4; 
Nolionol Honor Society, 3, 4; German 
Club, 3; Glee Club 3; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT PASSERELLO 
18 Mt. Ida Terrace 

Carpentry -Vocational 
The class of '66 will long remember 
carpentry's "Pizzon". Skiing, swim- 
ming, and boating rate with this 
L.S.J.H. alumnus. And who can com- 
pare shop class to steak? We'll 
soon meet "Pizzon" in his own 
construction business. 

Activities Mirror Staff, 4; Audio Visual 
Staff. 2, 3. 4. 




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RALPH PATUTO 
1337 Trapelo Road 

College II 

Gym and the 2:30 bell rate high 
with this former L.S.J. H. student. 
"Patut" yells "It's mint" when Bar- 
ry, Joey, and Larry mention hunting 
trips or cars. Ralph's blue eyes are 
focused on college after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4; Talent Show, 4. 



NANCY PETERS 
12 Wilbur Street 

Stenographic 

Reading and bowling rate high with 

this brown-eyed senior who came 

to us from L.S.J.H. Nancy, who 

looks forward to business school, is 

usually eating lasagna with Marian, 

MaryAnn, and Kathy. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
FTA, 3, 4; English Office Staff, 4; 
Science Office Staff, 3; J. A., 3; Achiever's 
Award, 3 ; FNA, 4. 





DAVID PEACE 
172 Beal Road 

College I 

Friends Fitz and Frank tell us what 
Dave enjoys best is the 2:30 bell at 
W.H.S. He also likes his English 
class and fried clams. This blue- 
eyed senior is looking forward to 
college after graduation. 
Activities: J.E.T.S., 4. 




BARBARA ANNE PELUSO 
5 Fountain Street 

College II 

Barbara came to us from St. 
Charles. She thinks sports at Wal- 
tham High and her friends Nina, 
Mary, and Dianne are "Marvey." 
Swimming and eating subs are 
high on this active girl's list of fa- 
vorites. Barbara plans to attend 
beautician school after graduation. 
Good luck! 




JOHN PENDERGAST 
15 Mayall Road 

College I 

"Pendy," along with "Hink," "Scan- 
dal," and "Fitz," enjoys playing 
cards and making money. Science 
labs rate high with this senior, and 
college is in his plans for the fu- 
ture. 
Activities: Spanish Club, 3, 4; J.E.T.S., 4 



PAUL PETERS 
38 Willard Street 
Vocational Drafting 

"You said it!" shouts Pete when 
Kim and Al mention weightlifting. 
Algebra class and hot pizza make 
Pete's big brown eyes light up any- 
time. A L.S.J.H. graduate, Paul 
thinks the new gym is the best 
thing at W.H.S. Good luck at col- 
lege, Paul! 



SANDRA PETERS 
28 Willard Street 

Business 

After leaving WHS "Sandy" would 
like to attend a business school. 
She will never forget her bookkeep- 
ing classes here in the years to 
come as she knits and thinks about 
"good-old" W.H.S. and best friends 
Judy and Terry. 



BETH LYNN PHELAN 
35 Maple Street 
Accounting 

"Pepper" comes to us from South 
Jr. High. She can be found eating 
macaroni with friends, H.A.H., Jack- 
ie and Cindy. Bookkeeping meets 
her favor along with collecting 
stuffed animals, writing, eating, 
and hiking. Enjoys the teachers and 
gym classes . . . she may add, 
"Never say die". We are looking 
forward to seeing Beth as an of- 
ficer of the Salvation Army. 

Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4; 
Debating Club 4, I.B.M. Course; Junior 
Achievement, 3, 4. 




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CAROL PHELAN 
32 Essex Street 

College I 

Friendly "Fang," our talented pi- 
anist from L.S.J. H., livens up W.H.S. 
English and French classes. Carol is 
most often found eating lobster 
with friends Jane, and "Fran" 
while discussing her future interna- 
tional career. 

Activities: French Club, 4; Russian Club, 
4. 



ANTHONY PIANTEDOSI 
103 Central Street 

College I 

Hailing from North Junior, "Tony" 
likes English classes and attending 
the sports at W.H.S. best. Bob, 
Kevin, Paul, and Joe say Tony 
loves eating pot roast. He will at- 
tend college in the future. 
Activities: Ski Club. 



DIANNE PICARD 
95 Totten Pond Road 

College II 

"Diogenes" was welcomed to 
W.H.S. from St. Mary's High 
School. Dating, and going to "Min- 
nick's" ice cream stand are tops on 
this senior's list. Jane and Barbara 
tell us that Dianne likes the school 
spirit and the variety of subjects 
best at W.H.S. Her future plans in- 
clude work in I.B.M. controls. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4. 



JOSEPH PICARIELLO 
74 Wiodland Road 

College II 

Brown-eyed, brown-haired "Joe" 
who loves Italian food and read- 
ing, came to us from L.S.J.H. Here 
at W.H.S. history, followed by stud- 
ies and lunch, heads Joe's hit par- 
ade. "Pic's" future plans include 
furthering his education in college. 







KATHLEEN PINTABONE 
162 Chestnut Street 

College II 

"Kathy," who came from South 
Junior High School, is an eager ski 
fan and tennis player, as friends 
Gail and Mary Ann know. Her fa- 
vorite subject, advanced biology, 
will surely help her future educa- 
tion in nursing. 

Activities: Italian Club, 3, 4; F.N. A., 
3, 4; Nurses Office Staff. 




CLAUDIA PITRE 
156 Lowell Street 
Distributive Education 

Claudia spends all her time roller- 
skating and iceskating. This petite 
senior came to W.H.S. from South 
Junior. "Peachie" can often be 
found eating pizza with friends 
Shelia, Susan, and "Tee Dee." Mr. 
Damian's English Class is "Peachie 
delight." After graduation she 
hopes to enter nursing school. 




GERALDINE PITTS 
24 Lowell Street 
Distributive Education 

"Swing it" shrieks "Geri" to Irene, 
Dianne, Gay, and Cathy, as she 
dreamily listens to Elvis Presley. So- 
cial Service will be gaining a valu- 
able asset with this violet-eyed 
miss. 
Activities: DEC. A.. 



MICHAEL PLAMONDON 
5-C Dermody Road 

College II 

"Mike" especially enjoys listening 
to the records of the "Supremes" 
while at home; at W.H.S. his busi- 
ness Law class with Mr. Peroni 
ranks high. We see a bright path 
ahead of this future hairdresser. 



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PAULA POIRIER 
98 Milton Terrace 
Stenographic 

Brown-eyed Paula enjoyed her bus- 
iness machine classes best at W.H.S. 
When not eating Chinese food 
with Jan and Kathy, she can be 
found with Steve. Best of luck as 
you embark on the business world. 
Activities: Maroon Squad, 4. 




RICHARD PONTE 

95 Chesterbrook Road 

Wherever there are drums or pizza, 
we can always find "Rich" accom- 
panied by Vinny, Bill, and Steve. 
Congenial Rich considers German 
his favorite subject and looks for- 
ward to a college education. 
Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4. 



THERESA POIRIER 
57 Lawrence Street 
College I 

Who's the blue-eyed blonde laugh- 
ing on the ice? Why it's "Terry," 
of course. Besides skating, Terry 
enjoys eating broccoli and studying 
French. Terry says the student body 
at WHS is what she enjoys most. 
Alicia, Pat, and Nancy agree that 
Terry's personality will make her 
the friendliest nurse around. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff, 4; 
French Club, 2; German Club, 1; Chem- 
istry Club, 4; Jr. Achievement Assistant 
Treasurer and Secretary, 3; Mr. Bel I i - 
veau's Staff, 3; FNA, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 
of FNA, 4; Miss J. A. of Waltham, 3; 
Scholarship from the Assumption Societie. 




LINDA POOLE 
744 Beaver Street 

College II 

Activity is Linda's middle name 
since she enjoys swimming, danc- 
ing, horseback riding and watching 
television, JoAnn, Janet, and Deb- 
bie very often hear "Linny" say 
with a half-smile, "Are you sure?" 
Linda plans to attend Nursing 
School in the fall. 

Activities: FNA, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 
3, 4; Italian Club, 2, 3; Mirror Literarv 
Staff, 4; English Office, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4. 



EVANGELIA POLICRONIS 
22 Grant Place 

College II 

"What's mine is mine and what's 
yours is mine" is rather an unusual 
favorite saying but Leah feels it's 
suitable. Next to Souvlakia, she en- 
joys English, chemistry, and foot- 
ball rallies best at W.H.S. as Mary 
Christine can tell you. After gradu- 
ation, Leah plans to attend college. 

Activities: German Club, 3; Chemistry 
Club, 2; Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4; Language 
Lab Assistant, 3, 4; Main Office Staff, 
3; Russian Club, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee, 4. 




CATHERINE POWDERLY 
69 Plympton Street 

Distributive Education 

Cathy spends all her spare time 
reading and dancing. "Cappy", as 
she is called by her friend Carol, 
and Ellen, is often found eating 
her favorite— subs. Mr. Damian's 
English class is her special delight. 
After graduation she plans to at- 
tend modeling school. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Secretary of 
DECA; Red Cross Rep., 2, 3; Mirror 
Staff, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3; Talent Show, 



BRUCE POMELOW 
94 Willow Street 

Carpentry 
A gold star goes to carpentry shop 
classes as far as Bruce is con- 
cerned. This brown-haired, brown- 
eyed friend of Larry is also a real 
rifle enthusiast. Bruce has won a 
number of awards for his marks- 
manship, and we wish him many 
for the future! 



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Activities 



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Rifle 
Marksman 



Club Marksman Trophy, 
NRA Marksman Certificate, NRA Sharp- 
shooter certificate, NRA Pro Marksman 
Certificate, NRA Sharpshooter 1st Class 
Cert.,- Wise Owl Club. 




PATRICIA D. POWERS 
19 Orange Street 

Business 

"Tiger" as this blue-eyed senior is 
known, is often seen with Eileen 
and Avery while eating subs. In 
addition to skating and dancing 
Pat particularly enjoys her history 
class. We know she'll be successful 
in her secretarial career. 



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RONALD POWLESLAND 
1137 Main Street 

Printing Vocational High 
Ron came to W.H.S. from North 
Junior High. You can find Ron 
either bowling or eating with 
"Tudi", Walter, or Tom. After 
graduation, Ron plans to dabble in 
printers ink! 



LAWRENCE PROIA 
162 Main Street 

Business 

If you're looking for Larry, be sure 
to check the cafe at lunch time or 
the courtyard between classes. As 
Joe, Ronnie, and "Buster" know, 
horseback riding and steak rate 
high with this future student of 
coiffure styling. 




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JAMES PRATT 
19 Endicott Street 

College II 

"How about that!", exclaims Bill as 
he orders steak with Mike, Dave, 
and Porky. Math and history classes 
are among the favorites of this ex- 
South-Juniorite. His future plans 
include study at Northeast Trade 
School. 



ROBERT PRIEST 
37 Cleveland Road 

College I 

As friends Jim and Larry know, 
Bob is an avid sports fan. Nev- 
ertheless, during class hours he 
may be seen working hard on his 
favorite subject, math. Even though 
he gets good marks, he never ad- 
mits that his math tests are fair! 
He hopes to find college as en- 
joyable as Mr. Salerno's homeroom 
periods. 



GLORIA PROFETTO 
63 Pine Street 

Business 

Always smiling, Gloria is a happy 
person to have around. This former 
St. Charles student enjoys bowling, 
swimming, and working in the 
men's department at Cronin's. A 
world of numbers lies ahead of 
this future I.B.M. student. 

Activities; Office Staff, 2, 3; Prom Com- 
mittee, 3, 4; Mirror Art Staff, 4; Talent 
Show, 3; Senior Play, 4. 



ANTONIO PULSONE 
53 Calvary Street 
Vocational Auto Mechanics 
"Klunk! There goes another dumb- 
bell!" Bob, Tom, and Danny have 
noticed "Konga's" increased in- 
terest in weightlifting in the past 
years. While in school, his favorite 
class is history. We know his mus- 
cles will help "Konga's" future 
work as an auto mechanic to be 
successful. 
Activities: Italian Club, 4. 



RICHARD PUTNAM 
14 Bradford Street 
Vocationa/-Aufo Body 
"Time for a break," shouts "Putty- 
boy" to Gene, Russ and "Uncle 
Joe". This Lexington Street Junior 
High alumnus can always find time 
for flying, or just chatting with the 
girls. Good luck in the Navy, Putt. 

Activities: Waltham Youth Council, 2; 
Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4. 



ALICIA QUESTROM 
21 Leonard Street 

College II 

Lately, fun loving "Q" often says, 
"Think you're tough, don't ya!" as 
she hobbles along, ' dragging her 
cast, to wait at the doors for Don- 
na, Terry, Nancy, or Barb to open 
them. But even that cast doesn't 
stop her from racing to 3rd lunch 
to save seats for the kids. Stylish 
Alicia will be in fashion at a 
junior college. 
Activities.- Fashion Board, 3. 









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FRANCIS QUINN 
1 Dexter Avenue 

College II 

Frank came to W.H.S. from Our 
Lady's High. Girls, economics, and 
eating rate high with this senior. 
"Yeh, right!" is Frank's reply when 
Fitzie asks him if he would like to 
go to school until 3:30. Dave and 
AAunka tell us that Northeastern is 
in Frank's future. 
Activities: Ski Club, 4. 



ALBERT RAIAAONDI 
285 Francis Street 

Drafting Vocational 

"Yea?" says Albie when spoken to. 

He is usually seen lifting weights 

at the Boy's Club with Pete, Bill, 

Joe, and Hougies. At the present 

time, Albie would like to further 

his technical knowledge. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff, 4; Boy's 
Club, 4. 





ANN QUIRK 
67 Upland Road 

College I 

"Not bad," sighs Ann after drink- 
ing her favorite coffee frappe with 
Jacki, Margie, and Sue. Coming 
from L.S.J.H., this cute, green-eyed 
girl enjoys her history class at 
W.H.S. When at home, sewing and 
swimming are on her list as hob- 
bies. Future plans include a college 
education. 

Activities: Literary Staff, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; F.N.A., 3; Pep Squad, 2; F.T.A., 
4. 



STEVEN RAMBERG 
157 Beal Road 

College I 

Friendly "Steve", who came to us 
via Lexington St. Junior High, rates 
math, prom committees and senior 
slob day high. "Coomawfa," popu- 
lar Steve replies when Jim, Stoney 
and Cork suggest going swimming 
or playing basketball. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; J.E.T. Hawks, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee, 3; Student Council Rep., 2, 
3, 4; Senior Prom Committee, Vice-Presi- 
dent, 4. 





JAMES QUIRK 

24 Seminole Avenue 

Carpentry Vocational 
"Biggy biggy bang" shouts Jim as 
he dashes off to a football game 
or rally with Tom, Frank and Russ. 
Cars, girls, and food (especially 
lobster) manage to keep this blond 
senior content when he isn't in gym 
class. 




CYNTHIA RAINIS 
191 Trapelo Road 

College I 

Blond Cindy's rare combination 
of good looks and talent recently 
was recognized when she was cho- 
sen as a Miss Teenage America 
semi-finalist. Strumming on her 
guitar for an appreciative audience 
of Sally and Janet, munching on 
Lasagna or shopping, Cynthia is a 
very happy girl. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Main Office Staff, 3, 4; Glee 
Club, 3; Talent Show, 3, 4; Folk Song 
Club, 2, 3; Senior Play, 4. 



DAVID RAMEY 

14 Claremont Street 

College I 

"Is that right?" inquires "Dave" of 

Randi, Dave, and Roger over a juicy 

steak. Music, basketball, biology 

and DeMoley are big favorites of 

this future engineer. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 3, 4; Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4; 
WHS Jet Hawks. 



JEANNE RAND 
38-5 Garden Circle 

Business 

"Dweanie" isn't fussy; she likes ev- 
erything about Waltham High. "You 
wouldn't be lying to me now 



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Anne and Paulette receive as a re- 
ply when they tell this senior there 
are hot dogs for lunch. 
Activities: Newspaper Typist, 4; F.T.A., 2. 





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JOSEPH RASCHELLA 
178 Copeland Street 
Drafting-Vocational 
"Nothing like it, huh," you'll hear 
J.R. say as he walks down the cor- 
ridor with Trave, Kim, and Skip. 
He likes cars and cycles, but will 
always stop for a slice of pizza. 
His future plans are in the field of 
drafting and the Military Service. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, Vice-Presi- 
dent, 4; Football ticket selling commit- 



ELNA REBENACK 
52 Colburn Street 

Genera/ 

"Al" who enjoys drawing cartoons, 

especially likes Mr. Richmond's U.S. 

history class. Energetic "Al" can be 

found cheering our team to victory 

with Carol, Christine, and Cathy. 

Elna plans to attend art school in 

the fall. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 4. 



DAVID RECINE 

128 LakeView Avenue 

College II 

Talkative "Coach" likes history and 
all kinds of food. While hunting 
with John, Danny, and James this 
ex-South Juniorite screams "Help!- 
there aren't any girls in sight!" Da- 
vid hopes to become a steam fitter 
after graduation. 



ROBERT RENNA 
16 Clinton Street 

College II 

"Life is unbelievable!" shouts Bob- 
by to Joe, Charlie, and John as he 
strolls to his favorite history class. 
Basketball, golf, and tennis are 
classified as "greats", not to men- 
tion crowded third lunch and the 
2:30 dismissal bell. Good Luck to 
this W.H.S. hoopster in the field of 
business administration. 

Activities: Intromural basketball, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball, 2, 3, 4. 




CARL REYNOLDS 
37 Ode Street 

Business 

Red-haired Carl likes business math 
and the "wild" studies most at 
W.H.S. This senior's blue eyes perk 
up when subs or cars are men- 
tioned. Danny, Larry, and Paul tell 
us that Carl plans to attend col- 
lege. 
Activities.- Audio-Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4. 




DONNA RICCI 
659 Trapelo Road 
Accounting 

"I kid you not," says "Ric" when 
talking about her favorite subject 
bookkeeping or favorite food la- 
sagna. Ric's friends Betty, Lana, 
and Annetta tell us that she likes 
the kids and business machines 
best at W.H.S. A business college 
awaits Donna in the future. 




DONALD RICCIATO 
46 Everett Street 
College I 

This brown-haired senior from 
North Junior has enjoyed high 
school most because of Mr. Caso's 
Italian class and the fine sports 
competition, especially in track. He 
really digs roast beef with Bud, 
Rich and Mike, too. After gradua- 
tion, he looks forward to a liberal 
arts education before becoming a 
track coach. 

Activities: Track, cross country, 3, 4 
Hockey, 2; Talent Show, 3, 4. 



PAUL RICHARD 

238 Grove Street 

Machines-Vocational 

"Richie Boy," as he's known by 
Stepo, Butch and Beau-Beau, 
spends his spare time working on 
cars. This former North Juniorite 
likes the lunch periods best, even 
if he'll never see lobster on the 
menu. He plans to map his future 
in a branch of the Armed Services. 



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FRANCIS RIGOLI 
38 HiMcrest Road 

College I 

"Oh ya," cries sports-minded "Rig" 
on his way to get a big juicy ham- 
burger with Chuck, Allen, and Sal. 
English with Mr. Prohovich rates 
high with "Rig" who plans to enter 
the Air Force Intelligence. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3. 



PATRICIA RIZZO 
170 Lowell Street 
College I 

"Peatie" greets Martha, Loxi, and 
Lois with "Bon Jour". Pat, a vi- 
vacious cheerleader especially en- 
joys French classes and Swedish 
meatballs. The goal of this South 
Junior Alumna is to study ele- 
mentary education at Bridgewater 
State College. 

Activities: Cheerleadng, 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee, 3, 4; House-Master's Office, 2, 
3, 4. 



ROBERT W. ROCKY 
61 Brown Street 

General 

If sometime in the future you are 
stopped by a blonde, blue-eyed 
officer, see if he answers to the 
name "Junior". If he does you're 
in luck. The secret words are "No 
brains, no pains". If these words 
don't work, simply offer him a 
piece of steak and you'll be free. 
John, Richard, and Glenn tell us 
"Junior" attended school in Oak- 
land, Maine, but W.H.S. is his fav- 
orite of the two. 



ROSALIE ROCKY 
61 Brown Street 
College II 

Ash-blonde "Rose" migrated 
Massachusetts from Williams I 
in Oakland, Maine. She can 
heard saying "I got a letter toi 
to Linda, Janice and Dee Dee or 
way to Miss Dolan's Math IV. 
enjoys munching chocolate coc 
and brownies while curled 
with a good book. Junior Col 
is her post graduation goal. 





ROBERT ROMANIEKI 
23 Whittier Avenue 

College I 

"Ya, but . . .," explains "Lump Jr." 
when the long awaited 2:30 bell 
has rung and he's off to the bow- 
ling alleys. Dave, Foci, and Steve all 
agree that "Rob" solves math 
problems eagerly if a piece of pizza 
is close at hand. 



MARY SUSAN ROONEY 
220 Prospect Hill Road 

College II 

"Not bad" comments "Sue remem- 
bering fondly the football, basket- 
ball, and hockey games. Between 
classes, her favorite being Eng- 
lish, Sue is kept busy with swim- 
ming and modeling. She can be 
found downing mocha floats with 
coffee ice cream joined by her 
comrades Les, Joan, and Diane. 
Future plans include college. 

Activities: Homeroom Representative, 3, 
4; Prom Committee, 3. 



MARY ROSE 

421 Lawrence Street 

College I 

The word pizza brings a sparkle in- 
to Mary's brown eyes. Best friends 
Linda, Leah, and Kathy reveal that 
Mary's favorite subject is P.O.D. 
Mary enjoys knitting sweaters, a 
hobby which comes in handy, 
especially when she "flies" down 
the ski slopes in snow-covered New 
Hampshire. 



BRUCE ROSEN 
765 Lincoln Street 

Honors 

"What the deuce!" rants Bruc 
Al, Huge, and Arnie when 
ham radio goes static. Foo 
games and math class with 
Lynch rate high with our colui 
bound "Mirror" co-editor. 

Activities: Mirror Co- Editor, 4; Chei 
Club, 4; Debating Club, 3, 4; Ri 
Club, 2, 3, 4; Brandeis Courses, 4. 



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NORA RUSSO 
55 Mayall Road 
Business 

Nora, one of our busiest seniors, 
plans to become a legal secretary 
in the future. She has certainly had 
plenty of experience in business 
procedure at W.H.S. Nora, as Joan, 
Patty, and Mary Ann know, has 
been an active member of the 
Senior Play staff. Best of luck in 
secretarial school, Nora. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff, 2, 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Office, 2, 3, 4; Clinic Staff; Junior 
Achievement, 3; Housemaster's Office, 2, 
3, 4. 



DEBORAH RUTLEDGE 
10 B Prospect Hill Lane 
Distributive Education 
Brown-eyed "Debbie" "digs" Chi- 
nese food. Her friends Barb, Judy, 
and Gary say Debbie is very inter- 
ested in painting. Debbie enjoys 
everything about Waltham High. 
This senior is bound for retailing 
school after graduation. 



NANCY SALAMONE 
7 Dexter Street 

Distributive Education 
"Nan" spends all her spare time 
bowling. This pretty senior came to 
W.H.S. from South Junior. "Nan" 
can often be found eating pizza 
and other Italian foods with 
friends, Carol, "Deanie," and "Pri- 
sy". After graduation she hopes to 
attend hairdressing school; we wish 
her the best of luck in the future. 

Activities.- Vice-President of DECA; Home- 
room Representative; Pep Squad; Glee 
Club; French Club; Talent Show. 



ELLEN SALO 
102 Mallard Way 
Honors 

"Summer is icumen in, Lhude sing 
de cuccul", sings Ellen on her way 
to the sub shop with Marie, Donna, 
and Andi. Ellen's a versatile girl, 
enjoying her math and science 
classes best, but still spending 
much time editing "This Week at 
Waltham High". Her slogan for 
next year?— "College is icumen up, 
Lhude sing Ellen." 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club, 3, 4 ; Moth Club, 2, Library 
Council, 2; Language Lob Assistant, 2, 3, 
4; Spanish Club, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; 
Literary Society, 4; Forum, 4; English Stoff. 



JUNE SAMPSON 
48 Myrtle Street 

College I 

With the coming of September we 

found "Sammy" looking forward 

to the friendly atmosphere of Mr. 

Fitzgerald's math class again. This 

cheerful senior miss adds an air of 

gaiety to any situation. When not 

relishing the thought of a tasty 

pizza with Marcia, Rita, and Char- 

lene, she might be found involved 

in her favorite hobby, dancing. 

June's compatability will certainly 

aid her career as a nurse. 

Activities: French Club, 4; F.T.A.; Senior 
Play, 4; Chem Club, 3, 4; Temperance 
Award, 3; Senior Prom Committee, 4; 
Talent Show, 4. 



OLIVE SAMSON 
32 Willard Street 

College I 

In the summer months, "Ollie" can 
be most often seen enthusiastically 
involved in a fast game of tennis 
at the Brandeis courts or munching 
with gusto her favorite food, fried 
clams. Peatie, Corrine, and Eileen 
frequently hear, "Oh, well, what 
can you do?" uttered with a shrug 
and a smile. Ollie enjoys English 
class with Mrs. Shirley, German 
Class, beach parties in Marshfield 
and third lunch with the girls. Col- 
lege lies ahead for Ollie. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; FTA, 4; 
Senior Prom Committee, 4; Mr. Levey's 
Office, 4. 



RITA SANTAMARIA 
84 Church Street 
Business 

Perky Rita can usually be seen at 
W.H.S. dances with her friends 
Gloria, June, and Doris. Rita is a 
busy senior— she's on the Senior 
Prom Committee and Talent Show. 
We all wish her success in her car- 
eer as a clerk typist. 

Activities: Newspaper Stoff, 3, 4; Senior 
Prom Committee, 4; Talent Show, 4. 



JOSEPH SANTOLUCITO 
14 Gale Street 

College I 

"Action speaks louder than 
words!" shouts friendly Joe to 
friends Sal, Larry, and Bill as he 
rushes to Mr. Foley's math class. 
Joe's future includes attending col- 
lege, and majoring in history. 

Activities: Mirror Representative, 2; Ger- 
man Club, 2; Latin Club, 2 ; Italian Club, 
3. 





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KRISTINE SANTORO 
1348 Trapelo Road 
Business 

Kris, a student from L.S.J. H. likes 
English class and Italian food. This 
popular girl likes the dances and 
football games at W.H.S. the most. 
Valerie, Janis, and Sue can really 
vouch for Kris, who plans to at- 
tend Chandlers Secretarial School. 
'Activities: Pep Squad, 2. 



MARGARET SARMANIAN 
15 Riverside Drive 
College I 

"What d' ya say?" Margie, com- 
plete with dark brown hair and 
sparkling brown eyes will definite- 
ly appear along with those familiar 
words! The usual combination of 
veal cutlets and frappes is rated as 
number one on Margie's favorite 
foods list. "Willie", Marion and 
Lynda can be most often seen with 
this sports and sewing enthusiast. 
Margie finds that the sports pro- 
gram and third lunch are the most 
enjoyable things about W.H.S. Col- 
lege, with a major in languages, 
awaits Margie. 

Activities: Yearbook Business Staff 4; 
German Club, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2; 
Mr. Morang's office, 3, 4. 



EDWARD SARNO 
26 Circle Drive 
College II 

If you get to the nearest football 
field, you're sure to find this 
brown-haired, blue-eyed fullback 
practicing .with Steve, Tommy, and 
John. "Big Ed" plans to attend 
Bemis Tech. next year. Let's hope 
they have lunch periods like 
the ones he enjoys at Waltham 
High! 
Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES SCAFIDI 
20 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

Ever heard of a passion for peanut 
butter sandwiches? Jimmy's got 
one, and he shares it with Paul, 
Tom, and Carol. Jimmy came to 
WHS from St. Mary's and although 
he wants to go on to Bryant-Strat- 
ton Business College, friendly Jim- 
my says Miss Beaulne's English 
class is the highest point of the 
day. 



SALVATORE SCAFIDI 
255 Charles Street 
Printing 

"Tuidi" really enjoys his history 
classes. Friends Richie and Phil say 
automobiles are a close second. 
Tuidi hopes to go into the field of 
printing. Good Luck, Tuidi in this 
career. 



FRANCIS SCALIA 
405 Crescent Street 

College II 

"Get down on it" says brown- 
haired Frank. This South Junior 
graduate boasts of an unusual in- 
terest, judo. Bob, Den, and "The 
Greek" tell us that Frank's brown 
eyes light up at the very mention 
of hot juicy steak. Whose eyes 
wouldn't light up? Frank liked the 
bomb scares, the football games 
and history class best. Future plans 
include college. Best of luck to 
Frank. 



KAREN SCAMMON 
33 Summit Avenue 
College II 

Karen, one of our cheery seniors 
usually is seen at Waltham High's 
football games with her friends Do- 
reen, Marcia, and Pat. During 
school she particularly enjoys her 
English classes. We wish Karen 
success in her career in the busi- 
ness world. 
Activities: Maroon Squad, 4. 



JOHN SCANLON 
62 Warren Street 

College I 

Jack, who comes to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, enjoys 
attending football, basketball, and 
hockey games with his friends 
Kevin, Doug, and Jack. He also en- 
joys a good "sub" after the game. 
Future plans for this senior include 
college. 
Activities: Band, 2, 3; Ski Club 2. 







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PATRICIA SCANNELL 
23 Warwick Avenue 

A sigh of bliss escapes the lips of 
perky "Pat" as summer rolls ar- 
ound to promise wonderful days at 
York Beach. "What's the scoop?" 
"Lobster and pistachio nuts!" 
chime Terry, Loxi, and Sue. And of 
course, hockey games . . . they're 
as important to Pat as Mr. Fitzger- 
ald's math classes. This brown-eyed 
blonde has been preparing for a fu- 
ture in teaching by being very ac- 
tive in F.T.A. of which she is presi- 
dent. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. , 
2, 3, 4, President, 4; Language lab 
assistant, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3; Chem- 
istry Club, 4; German Club, 4. 




HRISTINE SENNETT 
68 Indian Road 

College I 

Strawberry blonde and full of pep 

is this S.J.H. alumna. A cheerleader, 

she is a fan of football and hockey 

3am.es, and is seen after the games 

-vith Cheryl and the Spy Wagon 

jirls, crunching her way through a 

izza. Next year holds college for 

Zhristine, and probably more hock- 

jy games and pizza! 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3; Cheer- 
eoder, 4; Housemaster's Office, 3, 4; 
J. A., 4. 





LINDA SCHUESSLER 
153 Chestnut Street 

Business 

A South Junior grad, this ash blonde 
senior is a swimming and skating 
enthusiast. Her blue eyes light up 
at the mention of pizza. "How 
about that!" she often exclaims to 
Priscilla, Sheila, and Susan. When 
asked what she liked most about 
Waltham High, Linda replied, "The 
2:30 bell!" Linda plans to become 
a secretary; we're sure she'll make 
a great contribution to the busi- 
nesss world. 




BERNARD SHADRAWY 
87 Rose Hill Way 

College II 

This former North Juniorite thinks 
that the confusion at W.H.S. is just 
great. However, many were the 
times that "Buddy" complained to 
Larry and Dennis about steaks not 
being served in the cafeteria. Bud- 
dy, who plans to study law at col- 
lege, is usually anxiously awaiting 
the 2:30 bell. Good luck to this fu- 
ture lawyer. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3; Itolian 
Club, 3; Folk Song Club, 4 



DONALD SECORD 
166 Circle Drive 
College I 

Donnie, whose favorite saying is 
"surf's up," came to us from 
L. S.J.H. He enjoys sports in gener- 
al, but especially skiing and foot- 
ball. Besides fried clams, Donnie 
likes sports and W.H.S. English 
classes. After graduation, Don will 
study journalism at Northeastern. 

Activities: Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Interscholos- 
tic Football Champs, 2. 



CHERYL SELIG 
755 Beaver Street 

College II 

Cheryl is one of the rare devoted 
horseback-riding enthusiasts at 
W.H.S. Joined by friends Marcia, 
Kathy, and Charlene, she is also a 
great fan of Italian food. We wish 
Cheryl the best of luck in her fu- 
ture as a beautician. 




PAUL SHARP 

109 Woerd Avenue 

College II 

Paul, a graduate of South Junior, 
spends his time working on cars. 
His brown eyes light up at the 
sight of a sizzling pizza after a 
football game. He can be heard 
calling "Yeh, right!" to Bob and 
Kim on the way to English class. 
His future will begin with college 
in the fall. 



JEFFREY SHARPE 
172 Marguerite Road 

College II 

Jeff can be seen driving around 
Waltham with Don, George, and 
Charlie. When the chance to de- 
vour a platter of fired shrimp pre- 
sents itself, his blue eyes sparkle- 
as they do at the thought of a full 
day of English classes. Jeff plans 
to enter Wentworth Institute in the 
fall. 



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JAMES SHEA 

387 Newton Street 

Honors 

Math V is a favorite subject of this 

sports fan . . . Jimmie spends most 

of his time with the Cross Country, 

Indoor and Outdoor Track Teams 

... A letter winner in Indoor and 

Outdoor Track, this smiling senior 

has college in his future. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country Team, 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track, 2, 
3, 4; Outdoor Track, 2, 3,4. 




NANCY SHEA 
54 Sheffield Road 

Stenographic 

Where's Nancy? She's buzzing a- 
round Waltham in her car, where 
else? Nancy rates English as her 
favorite subject. Lynda, Kate, Mary- 
Ann, and Paulette can invariably 
be seen huddled with Nancy in 
one of those "serious" before- 
school chats. When asked what she 
enjoyed most about W.H.S. Nancy 
replied with enthusiasm "lunch." 
Next September Nancy plans to 
enter the convent to dedicate her 
life to God as a Medical Missionary 
of Mary. 



STEPHEN SHEA 

20 Coolidge Avenue 

College II 

"Hi there!" says amiable Steve 
who came to us from L.S.J.H. 
Steve's hobbies include hunting 
and scuba diving. Besides spaghet- 
ti, he likes study periods and lunch 
with friends Ed, Jack, and Rudy. 
Future plans include attending 
prep school. 





JOAN P. SHEEHAN 
66 Mayall Road 
College I 

Joan often talks to Evelyn, Bever 
and Murielle, about the car rac 
but she doesn't have time to thi 
of racing cars when she's cheering 
a football rally or studying Engl 
in the cafe. College holds the k 
to her future after graduation. 
Activities: Drama Club, 2. 




MARJORIE SHORT 
156 Florence Rd. 

College I 

"Open mouth; insert foot!" in- 
structs Margie whenever an ap- 
propriate situation arises. Trying to 
keep up with this busy girl is the 
full time job of Anne, Pat, and 
Ann, who say that a nice juicy 
steak and creamed cheese are the 
fuel that supplies Margie's energy. 
When she does settle down, she 
reads James Bond books and ab- 
sorbs adventure vicariously. 

Activities: Chem. Club (Board of Direc- 
tors), 3, 4; Ski Club, 3, 4; Literary 
Society, 4; Language Lab Assistant, 4, 
Glee Club, 2; Student Council Vice-Pres., 
4; Pep Squad, 2; Senior Play, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff, 4. 



RICHARD SHUMAN 
56 Ravenswood Rd. 
College II 

To Dick, who came to us from 
North Junior, the best things in 
life are biology, steak, and track. 
Dick peps up our school spir- 
it with "Go man go!" After gradu- 
ation Dick plans to attend college 
and major in history. 

Activities: Chem. Club, 3; Cross Country, 
4; Indoor and Outdoor Track, 4. 



NANCY SILVA 

15 Copley Avenue 

Stenographic 

"On the shores of Lake Cochitu- 
ate," "Chips" can often be seen 
sewing in her spare time. This la- 
sagna lover thinks the bomb scares 
at W.H.S. were really something! 
Chips is planning to become a 
hairdresser after graduation. Best 
of luck from W.H.S. 



THOMAS SINCLAIR 
1 1 Autumn Lane 

College I 
"Sinky," when not attendi 
Chemistry Club Board of Direct 
meetings with friends Jim, Co 
and Jim is usually studying for 
favorite POD class. This ambitic 
senior is serious in his intentic 
to attend Northeastern College 
Engineering. Best of luck, Sinky. 

Activities: French Club, 2; Chemi: 
BOD, 3, 4; Junior Achievement, 3; JE 



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MARY SKANE 
1 1 Gale Street 
College II 

"Get those points" can be heard 
from the leader of the pep squad 
as she cheers our teams to victory. 
Chinese food and Democracy rate 
an "A" with this friendly senior. 
After graduation, Mary plans a ca- 
reer as a medical secretary. 

Activities: Business Staff, 4; Pep Squad 
President, 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee, 3; Senior Prom 
Committee, 4; Sophomore Housemasters 
Office, 4. 



CAROL STEBER 
18 Berkley Street 
Clerk-typist 

"Red" enjoys sharing a pizza with 
Nancy and Dianne after school. 
Carol will certainly be able to use 
her future vocation,— a beautician, 
to fix her hair after an afternoon 
of water skiing. 






PHILIP SLOTNICK 
133 Whitman Road 

Honors 

Phil came to us from L.S.J. H. Be- 
sides cheeseburgers, this brown- 
eyed senior enjoys the Brandeis 
program best at W.H.S., as his 
friends Arnie, Jack, and John will 
tell you. Future plans include col- 
lege. 

Activities: Debating Club, 3, 4; Russian 
Club, 3, 4; Vice President, 3. 



KEVIN SMITH 

113 Longfellow Road 

College II 

This blue-eyed senior ranks golf his 
favorite hobby, likes history, good 
activities, and sports best about 
W.H.S. "Smitty" can usually be 
found eating Italian food with 
friends John and Bob. Kevin plans 
to go to college in the fall. 



ROBERT ST. ARMAND 
52 Whitman Road 

College II 

"The Saint" as called by best 
friend Joe, spends most of his lei- 
sure time listening to music. Mint 
julips, sweet pickles and passing 
between classes are his favorites. 
Robert's only complaint is that 
there aren't enough girls at W.H.S. 
Future plans include training as a 
commercial artist unless, "Vietnam 
calls him first." 



JOHN STEBER 
18 Berkley Street 

College I 

"Where are we going," quotes 
"Jay" as Donnie and Terry lead 
him to either a football game or a 
tennis match. Enthusiastic "Jay" 
finds homecoming and Ski Club 
the greatest at W.H.S., relishes clam 
and crabmeat, likes English classes, 
and hopes to find a career in Eng- 
lish Journalism. Best of luck to 
you in the future, "Jay." 
Activities: Ski Club 4. 



VALERIE STEDMAN 
101 Hillcrest Road 
Business 

"Forget it" Valerie often tells Kris- 
tine, Sue, and Barbara. She enjoys 
sewing, dancing, and eating sea- 
food, as well as working with busi- 
ness machines. This former L.S.J. H. 
student will follow her dreams into 
a nice comfortable chair in an of- 
fice. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment, 3. 



STEPHAN STEPANIAN 
24 Mountain Road 

Machines 

Sandy and Ritchie say "Stepo's" 
favorite is the week of shop, but 
he would rather be with a blonde, 
brunette, or redhead, eating fried 
chicken. "Stepo's" favorite saying 
is "Chevies don't go." This hazel- 
eyed boy came from L.S.J.H. We 
wish him luck in the future. 




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GREGORY STERNS 
40 Alderwood Road 
Technical 

"Gee, thanks!" says Greg, who 
came to us from Lexington Street 
Jr. High. Besides chicken, he enjoys 
Math V classes best at W.H.S., with 
his friends Rich, Bob, and "The 
Greek." After graduation, Greg 
plans to study aeronautical engi- 
neering. 

Activities: Class Officer, 2; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Russian Club, 2, 3; Golf Team, 
2, 3, 4 ; JETS, 4 ; Senior Play, 4 



EUGENE STEVENS 
1 1 Chestnut Park 

Aufo Body 

"Hey Zip! Find Sam and Dave, then 
let's go over for a steak dinner", 
can be heard from Gene after he 
finishes his morning work. He 
plans to work as an auto body 
worker after graduation; and some 
day have his own auto body shop. 



MARGARET STEVENS 
8 Prentice Street 

Business 

The friendliness of the stu- 
dents and teachers is what 
"Peggy" likes best about W.H.S. 
When not, painting or eating pizza 
with Carol and Kathy, Peggy can 
be seen working busily in the clinic. 
Activities: Clinic Staff, 3, 4. 



IRENE STOLOWSKI 
390 River Street 

Clerk Typist 

Brown-eyed Irene yells "forget it" 
to friends Janet and Barbara as she 
hurries to her favorite class, Democ- 
racy. The 2:30 bell and bowling 
make the day complete for this ef- 
fervescent senior. 
Activities.- Maroon Squad, 2. 



DIANE STRAIT 
189 Smith Street 

College II 

Always smiling, "Dee" can usually 
be found in the crowd at the foot- 
ball game, horseback riding or 
swimming (as her friends Carol, 
Joan, and Karen know). This ath- 
lete plans to major in Physical Edu- 
cation after graduation. The best of 
luck to her. 



RONALD STUART 
130 Pine Hill Circle 
Machine 

Ronnie came to the Vocational 
High from Boston in his sopho- 
more year. He can be found at the 
cafeteria with Buck and Pete eating 
pizza. "Stewy's" favorite is the 
Wal-lex pizza. Future: the service 
and work. 








MARCIA STEWART 
82 Cantebury Road 

College I 

Math with "Mr. Fitz" rates an A 
with this perky senior. "Stew" is 
kept busy working on the business 
Staff and representing Waltham 
High at the Women's Club. A ca- 
reer as a dental hygienist is in the 
future for this pretty senior. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3; German, 
3, 4; Latin Club, 2; Chemistry Club, 4; 
Pep Squad, 2, 3; Waltham High repre- 
sentative at Walthams Women's Club; 
Talent Show Committee, 4; Senior Prom, 
4. 



STEVEN STURTEVANT 
15 Bellvue Street 

College II 

"Take a sneak" is "Skitzy's" favor- 
ite saying. Besides steak, he enjoys 
democracy and gym classes best at 
W.H.S. (as his friends Mike, Frank, 
and Chuck can tell you). After 
graduation, "Skitzy" plans a career 
in the Air Force. 




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MICHAEL TAMMARO 
21 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 

"You'd better believe it!" says 
Mike to John and Joe after a 
strenuous round of bowling. This 
Kennedy Memorial Junior High 
alumnus likes all kinds of sports, 
bookkeeping, lobster, and fried 
clams and lunch best of all. Mike's 
future plans include Bently College 
to become an accountant. 




V\ARY ANN TARANTO 
13 Wardsworth Avenue 

us/'ness 

'For gosh sakes" Mary Ann can be 
leard saying on her way to Miss 
logarty's typing class. In her spare 
ime "Mary" can be found eating 
>izza with Jan, Lolly, and Kate. Fu- 
ure plans include a junior college. 
Icfivi'fies: Pep Squad, 2, 3, 4. 



FERN TANNER 
39 Graymore Road 
College I 

Warm-hearted "Fernsie" is known 
by all in the class of '66. This 
blond-haired, blue-eyed senior can 
be found at third lunch talking to 
Karen and "Willie" about some fa- 
vorite times. The thought of having 
a pizza after swimming makes her 
eyes sparkle. After Nursing School, 
we're all sure Fern will speed the 
recovery of many. 

Activities: Latin Club; German Club, 2, 
3, 4; Mirror Business staff, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant, 2, 3, 
4; Junior Achievement, 3; Future Nurses 
of America, 4. 



GILDA TARANTO 
379 Newton Street 

Business 

This friendly South Junior alumna 
enjoys dancing, swimming, and 
bowling, She often tells Susan, Rose, 
and Jean to "forget it" while pass- 
ing to her favorite class, Italian. 
Gilda savors ravioli and may attend 
business school after graduation. 

Activities: Italian Club, 4; Spanish Club, 
3; Glee Club, 2, 3. 



PATRICIA TARANTO 
857 Lexington Street 
Business 

Brown-eyed "Trisha" can be seen 
sitting restlessly in classes at 
W.H.S. as she waits for the 2:30 
bell. Pat often hurries out of 
school with friends Marcia, and 
Judy for her favorite food, chicken. 



MARCIA TAYLOR 
474 Lexington Street 

College II 

Marcia, who comes to us from 
L.S.J. H., can usually be found sew- 
ing or enjoying her favorite water 
sports. Chinese food and steak al- 
ways make Marcia's eyes light up 
as she takes off with Leslie, Sue, 
and Janet! The friendlieness at 
W.H.S. rates tops with Marcia, a 
prospect for a business school or 
junior college. 

Activities; French Club, 3; German Club, 
3; Latin Club, 2. 



JULIE TARANTO 
34 Park Street 
College I 

"Are you serious?" can be heard 
from this vivacious senior as she 
cheers our football team to victory. 
After leaving her favorite class, Eng- 
lish, "Jul" enjoys eating anything 
Italian with friends Linda and Bar- 
bara. In the future Julie plans a 
career in nursing. We all know she 
will be a great success. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2; Latin Club, 2; 
Mirror Representative, 2; Chemistry Club, 
4; Spanish Club, 3; Future Nurses, 4. 





DAVID TERRASI 
20 Bolten Street 

College I 

The 2:30 bell and math teachers 
are what "Sunshine" likes best 
about W.H.S. "Sunshine" can usual- 
ly be found at the local pizza par- 
lor or bowling with Bob, Fori, and 
John. College is included in this 
happy senior's future plans. 



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ALFRED THIBEAULT 
137 Temple Road 

College II 

"Al Thibeault, he's our man— if he 
can't do it, no one can!" shout the 
cheerleaders enthusiastically. Who 
are they yelling about? None other 
than the captain of the basketball 
team. Besides basketball, Al 
likes to share lobster dinners with 
Tom, Dave, or Rick. "What's the 
story?" he'll head towards college 
next fall! 

Activities: Baseball, 2, 3; Student Council 
Representative, 2; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain, 4. 




JANIS TIRONE 
14 Oak Street 

College I 

"Alright. That's enough!" shouts 
Jan to "Bernie". Thoughtful Jan 
thinks "Silence is golden" when 
she hears today's music. College 
should prove rewarding to this 
avid reader and past librarian 
whose first academic love is En- 
glish. 

Activities: Italian Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 
2. 



MARILYN THOMAS 
14 Hagar Street 

College I 

This brown-haired, steak-lover came 
to us from South Junior High. Her 
friends Debby and Mary tell us 
that her favorite subject at W.H.S. 
is history. At the high school, Mari- 
lyn likes the cold rooms in winter 
and the hot ones in the summer. 
Future plans include attending a 
teacher's college. We're sure she'll 
reach her goals. 
Activities: Pep Squad, 2; Spanish Club, 3. 




PETER TOUSIGNANT 
40 Whittier Avenue 

Business 

"Imagine that!" exclaims Peter as 
he examines another addition to 
his car collection. This lasagna-lover 
is fascinated by bookkeeping and 
plans to major in that subject in 
college next year. Joe and the class 
of 1966 offer Peter best wishes for 
the future. 
Activities: Junior Achievement, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM THOMPSON 
52 Clematis Avenue 

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Bill, as his buddies Bob, Pete, and 
"Chiz" call him, came from L.S.J.H. 
Bill is very often eating subs, or 
working on his car. He plans to 
work in business with his father 
and two brothers after high school. 

Activities: Mirror Staff, 4. 



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DOUGLAS TIERNEY 
21 Parmenter Road 

College I 

"I like, I like!" cries 
fo Bob, Erl, and Tom 
downs a juicy steak. Economi 
football, and basketball are fav 
ites with "Shennandoah," c 
sports-loving class vice-preside 
Doug looks forward to attendi 
college and a possible teachi 
career. 

Activities: Class vice-president, 3, 
Mirror Sports co-editor, '4; Football, 2, 
4; Basketball, 3, 4; Talent Show, 3, 




PAUL TRAVALINE 
214 South Street 

Drafting-Vocational 

"Trav," as his friends Joe and 
Steve know him likes playing the 
guitar. Algebra is his favorite 
W.H.S. subject and we've discov- 
ered that he's on the long list of 
spaghetti lovers. Perhaps this fu- 
ture guitar teacher will strum his 
way to fame. 



JANE TRUELL 
199 Barbara Road 

College I 
Anne, Carol, and Frannie say \Y 
Jane is Tops! She often utt« 
those immortal words, "He 
gross!" after slaving through 
English exam. Jane enjoys chem 
try with NL, but the chemist 
classroom colors don't send h< 
Her cheering has proved to be 
great asset to the basketball teai 
The "halls of ivy" will soon I 
preparing a good student for 
teaching career. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff, 4; Gir 
Basketball, 2, 3; Clinic Staff, 2, 3, 
Spanish Club, 4; Chemistry Club, 4. 



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BARBARA TUSHIN 
100 Brewster Road 

Honors 

Math IV, fried clams, and track 
meets, rank high with friendly, 
brown-eyed "Barb". Often found 
sewing with Mary, Bev, and Au- 
drey, this busy senior discusses her 
future plans . . . attending U. Mass. 
then going on to teach secondary 
school. 

Activities: Mirror Literary staff, 4; Ger- 
man Club, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 3; 
Library Council, 2, 3; Language Lab 
Assistant 2; Main Office Staff, 3. 



VINCENT VACCARELLO 
69 Mayall Road 
College I 

"Yea Skippy, yea Vaccarello . . . !" 
is a cry often heard at W.H.S. foot- 
ball games. Co-captain of this 
year's team, "Skip," who enjoys 
almost all types of sports, also en- 
joys much non-athletic endeavors 
as personal typing classes, cafeteria 
studies eating eggplant subs with 
Gary, John, and Jim. College 
is next year's "goal-to-go" for our 
hazel-eyed left halfback. 

Activities: Football, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball, 2; Outdoor track; Ski Club, 4; 
Homeroom representative, 4. 





GARY ROBERT UHLIG 
4 Pine Hill Circle 

College I 

"C'est la vie!" and a smile identify 
Gary, if one doesn't know him al- 
ready. Gary has a good chance to 
encounter fellow intelligentia at 
the Chemistry Club meetings, and 
is a regular at the intramural bas- 
ketball games. Further education in 
college comprises Gary's long- 
range plans to follow service in 
the Coast Guard. 
Activities: Chemistry Club, 3, 4. 



JOHN UKRAINE 
7 Kenwood Lane 
College I 

If you hear John yelling, "What's 
doing tonight?" he is probably 
rounding up his friends Jack, Jem, 
and Dick for a full quart of clams 
again. This blonde-haired lad from 
L.S.J.H. is looking forward to col- 
lege next fall. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3; Ski Club, 
3, 4. 



FRANCIS UTTARO 
53 William Street 

College I 

"It's out of sight, man!" That's 
"Bodenka," listening to his latest 
James Brown record, explains Dia- 
na, John, Gerard and Fred. Bo- 
denca, a North Junior High gradu- 
ate enjoys eating Italian mush- 
rooms. Mr. Caso is, in Bodenca's 
opinion, just about the best thing 
in Waltham High. Francis enjoys 
typing and Italian classes. He plans 
to attend college to become a 
teacher. 
Activities- Folk Song Club, 4. 



MARYANN VARLEY 
195 Adams Street 
Business-Stenographic 

"You hot sketch!" says "Mau" 
when Sheila, Jeanne and Jim-Jim 
treat her to subs— When Mary Ann 
isn't in her favorite shorthand 
class, you can find her bowling. 
This pretty blonde-haired senior 
looks forward to a career in the 
business field. 



DENNIS VASQUEZI 
64C Lafayette Street 

College I 

"Swing it baby" can be heard 
echoing through the morning air as 
this fun-loving senior bangs the 
school doors to be let in. This 
"lover of lunch periods" plans to 
enter the Air Force after gradu- 
ation. 
Activities: Football team, 2, 3. 



MARGUERITE VASSELIN 
150 School Street 

Business 

Brown-haired "Peggy" with eyes 
to match can be heard giggling 
"Passout" to Ann and Kathy at our 
W.H.S. dances, or to Karen and Judy 
on route to her law classes. This 
horse-back riding and swimming 
enthusiast looks forward to a ca- 
reer in industrial machines, and we 
wish her luck! 






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JACQUELINE VAUTOUR 
78 Hillcrest Street 

Stenographic 

"Thanks a lot" says friendly Jackie 
when talking to Betty and Margie 
in Mrs. Shirley's English class, Jac- 
kie's pretty blue eyes sparkle when 
eating a lobster or cheering at a 
football game. A future in airline 
work will keep Jackie happy. 

Activities: Junior Class Treasurer, 3; Latin 
Club, 2; Pep Squad, 2. 



ROBERT VEZINA 
70 Garden Circle 

College II 

South High has given us this 
brown-eyed senior who enjoys 
working with numbers. As Ray and 
Brian can tell you, Bob's favorite 
diversions are working on cars, 
swimming, and horseback riding. 
Bob hopes to continue his career at 
a computer school. 
Activities: Swim Team, 2, 3, 4. 



KENNETH VIENNEAU 
17 Summer Avenue 
College II 

"Bullet tweet," says Ken, hitting 
another bullseye as usual. Dick and 
John say Ken just can't get enough 
steak to suit his tremendous appe- 
tite. Hunting and fishing occupy 
most of Ken's time, but he plans to 
take time out for a college educa- 
tion in animal science at Stock- 
bridge. 

Activities: Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 
4. 




LAURA VINCUILLA 

37 Columbus Avenue 

Business 

"Vinch's'' main hobby is driving 

Jimmy's car to pick up submarine 

sandwiches. "Vinch" can always be 

found with Ammie, Donna, Debbie, 

and Margaret at lunch. "Is that 

right?" Her future plans are for 

secretarial school. 

Activities: Clinic Staff, 4. 



MARGARET VITALE 
12 Gorham Street 
Stenographic 

Whenever Jeanne, Maria and Carol 
hear "Is that right!" they know 
that "Margie" is coming. This 
brown-haired, brown-eyed senior 
enjoys chocolate frappes after Sat- 
urday night dates. Her long talks 
in shorthand with Miss Hogarty 
have probably influenced her to 
include junior college in her future 
plans. 

Activities: English Office, 4; Mirror Staff, 
4. 



RICHARD VITTUM 

15 Prospect Hill Avenue 

College II 

If you see a gathering outside S- 

010, listen for "Boza nic" and 

you'll find Dick. When not looking 

over his coin collection, Dick is 

either making a big splash at the 

Boys' Club or "roughing it up" on 

the gridiron. Ken and Eddie say 

our swim team co-captain has plans 

for next fall. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 3; Football, 
2, 3, 4; Swim team, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4. 



JOSEPH P. WALKER 
39 Colonial Avenue 
Honors 

Dark-haired, blue-eyed Joe has ar- 
rived in his red TR-3! Whether 
beating out "time" on his drims, 
playing with his boxer, Bambi, or 
practicing for the Talent Show, Joe 
always has a smile on his face. 
Greg, "Archie", and Jim know 
there's a bright future in store for 
sick animals, as Joe plans to be- 
come a veteinarian. 

Activities: Honor Society, 3, 4; Latin 
Club, 2, 3; Chemistry Club, 3, 4; Audio 
Visual Staff, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3; Junior 
Achievement (V.P.), 3; Crimson Key, 4; 
Talent Show, 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARET WALKER 
35 Dartmouth Street 

Business 

Brown-haired, hazel-eyed Margie 
came to us from North Junior High 
Margie, who often says"Margaret's 
the name," can be seen meeting 
her friends, Debbie, Donna, and 
Connie at lunch. To Margie, the 
best things at W.H.S. are law 
classes and the 2:30 bell. After 
graduation she plans to do office 
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Drafting Vocational 
etween classes "Skip" and his 
: riends Paul, Joe, and Kim do a 
jood job at guarding the water 
subbler. The Rifle Club and AAe- 
:hanics consume most of his leisure 
ime. He plans to use his drafting 
ikills for his vocation. 
Activities: Audio Visual Staff, 2, 3, 4. 



CHERYL WALL 
22 Willow Street 

College I 

The girls of the spy wagon cry 
"Yeh, right" to "Cher" as she 
zooms off to her favorite math 
class. Third lunch and 2:30 also 
rate high with this lively miss who 
hopes to go to either Fitchburg or 
Keene College. 

Activities: Pep Squad, 2, 3; Main Office 
Staff, 3; Mr. Levey's Office Staff, 2, 3; 
Mr. Morang's Office Staff, 2, 3; News- 
paper staff, 2; Mirror Literary and Bus- 
iness staffs; French Club, 2; Latin Club, 
2; Chemistry Club, 4; F.T.A., 4; Prom 
Committee; Talent Show, 4. 




VAN WEATHERBEE 
22 Clark Lane 

Machine 

: riends Pat, Bill, and Bob are some 
)f the swell bunch of guys at the 
/ocational High. Cars, girls, and 
Dizza are among "Butches" favor- 
tes. This brown-eyed, ex-Kennedy 
luniorite plans to go in to the 
irmed forces after graduation. 



DEBORAH WEBB 
105 Edgewater Drive 
Honors 

"Funny thing about that" can be 
heard from Debby while she's eat- 
ing her favorite, pomegranates. 
"The Group" knows Debby likes 
the kids, the teachers and the 
courses at W.H.S., but out of 
school this college-bound girl can 
be found playing the guitar or 
skiing down a snowy slope. 

Activities Band, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 
3, 4; Latin Club, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club, 4; Language Lab Assistant, 3; Chess 
Club, 3; Junior Achievement, 3; U.N. Fo- 
rum, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3, 4; Housemasters 
Office, 4; Drama Club, 2. 



PAUL WALSH 

220 Hardy Pond Road 

Machine 

Paul came to the "Voc." from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High. He can 
be found sipping soup with Mac, 
Buck, and Jimmy. He plans to fur- 
ther his education. Good luck, Wal- 
do. 
Activities: Safety Committee, 3, 4. 




MARC WEBB 

105 Edgewater Drive 

College I 

"People" are what Marc likes the 
most about Waltham High. This ski 
enthusiast is this years president of 
the Ski Club. We have seen that, 
Marc, Mike, Bill, and Chick are 
practically inseparable. College is 
Marc's future mark! 

Activities: Ski Club, 3, 4; President, 4, 
Chemistry Club, 3, 4; Deboting Club. 
2; Language Lab Assistant, 2; Audio- 
Visual Stoff, 3; Spanish Club, 2; Junior 
Achievement, 3, Treasurer, 3; Track, 3; 
Cross-Country. 




JAMES WAREING 
Warren Street 

College I 

Chemistry rates as "Jim's" academ- 
ic favorites which explains his fre- 
quent visits to the science labs 
with Cork, Steve and Stony. Jim, 
who enjoys roast beef, music, and 
photography, plans to attend col- 
lege with a career as a research 
chemist in mind. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Chem- 
istry Club B.O.D., 3, 4; Language Lab 
Assistant, 2; J.E.T.s., 4. 




JONATHAN WEINER 
24 Brewster Road 

College I 

The humor of "Jon" is enjoyed by 
the students at W.H.S. Listening to 
his ham radio while eating lobster 
is a favorite pastime for this sen- 
ior. 

Activities French Club, 2 ; literory Staff. 
4; Junior Achievement, Vice President, 2; 
Rifle Club; Rifle Team; Photograph Club; 
U.N. Club. 



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STEVEN WELLMAN 
1490 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 

Steve is an active boy. When not 
in school, he is usually fishing at 
the Reservoir, but always heads for 
home when it's time for a plate of 
lasagna, or when his buddies— Paul, 
Joe, or "Harm"— show up. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 4; Crim- 
son Key, 3. 



THOMAS WHEELER 
17 Chester Lane 

Business 

W.H.S. boasts of Tom as a great 
cross-country team captain. Tom 
can be found running around the 
track at Leary Athletic Field or in a 
pool room with Bob, Bill, and Lar- 
ry. Mrs. Kellerman's U.S. History 
Class and the gym program rate 
high with this future Bentley stu- 
dent. 

Activities: Track, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 
2, 3, 4; Captain, 4. 



WILLIAM WHELAN 
36 Addison Road 

College II 

The dismissal bell and periods with 
Miss Beaulne rate high with Bill. 
His favorite hobby is Auto Mechan- 
ics; you can usually hear him 
shouting to his friends Steve, Paul, 
and Desi . . . "Chevys don't go". 
Night school at Wentworth is one 
of Bill's future plans. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative, 2. 




BRUCE WHITNEY 
206 Lowell Street 
Vocational 

"Bucky", well-known by "Fuzz. 
Joe, and Sandy, is usually fou 
eating pizza or clams. He enjc 
cars and girls. When it comes tir 
to say good-bye to "Bucky" y 
will always hear him say, "See 
later, Bub". "Bucky" holds a care 
in the Navy for the future. B 
Voyage, Bruce. 
Activities: National Honor Society, 3, 4. 




CAROL WIANS 
40 Bear Hill Road 

Stenographic 

Busy Carol, a former North Junior- 
ite, may be seen hurrying to and 
from her many school activities 
during her free time, although she 
does like to leave some time for 
her favorite hobby, reading. Memo- 
ries of Dr. Stetina's German class 
and Miss Tehaney's typing class 
will linger long in the thoughts of 
this future secretary. 

Activities: Mirror typing staff, 3, 4; Mir- 
ror Homeroom Representative, 3; News- 
paper staff, 4; Library Council, Co-Presi- 
dent, 4; English Office Staff, 4; Literary 
Society, 4; Senior Prom Committee, 4; 
German Club, 4; Senior Play Committee, 



CYNTHIA WILLIAMSON 
14 Wellington Street 
Business 

The Williamson girl from Welling- 
ton Street "hotdiggities" her way 
from class to class. She enjoys 
horseback riding; but when she's 
in school she likes her business 
Machine class. More often than 
not, Jan, "Evie", and "Pepper" will 
find Cindy making cheeseburgers, 
her favorite food, next year in 
cooking school. 



MARLIES WILLSCHER 
17 Augustus Road 
Honors 

Willie came to us from L.S.J.H. At 
W.H.S. she enjoys "Doc's" German 
classes with friends, Margie, Karen, 
and Carolyn. We're sure this spar- 
kling brown-eyed senior will enjoy 
B.C. as much as her trip to Europe 
last summer. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3, 4; German 
Club, 2, 3, .4, President, 4; Latin Club, 
2; F.T.A., 3, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Business 
Office Staff, 4; Language Lab. Assistant, 
2, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4; Talent Show, 3, 
4; Senior Prom Committee, 4; Newspaper 
Staff, 4. 



KAREN WOLCOTT 
22 Douglas Road 

College II 

Karen, who came to us trom Sou 
Junior, likes chemistry class wi 
Mr. McKnight. As best frien< 
Marie and Jeanni know, her favc 
ite food is pizza. Red-haired Kar< 
wants to major in elementary ed 
cation this fall. 

Activities: French Club, 2, 3; Latin, 

Chemistry Club, Board of Directors, 

F.T.A., 4; Pep Squad, 2 ; Glee Club, 2, 

Housemaster's Office, 3; Literary Societ 
4; Drama Club, 4. 



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WILLIAM WRIGHT 
3 White Road 
Wayland Printing 

Bill, who comes to us from Way- 
land High, enjoys "fooling around" 
with guns and radios. "It isn't fair" 
he shouts to "Tudi", Bob, and Tom 
when he isn't allowed to eat fish 
in printing class. Actually, Bill has 
no complaints concerning the 
teachers and general system at 
W.H.S. Two years of active duty in 
the Navy, then a career in the 
printing business, await Bill after 
graduation. 



KEVIN WYAAAN 
24 Bradford Street 

Vocational Machine 
"A chain's as strong as the guy 
with the biggest mouth," so says 
"Y" to Charlie. Friendly teachers 
and roast beef are popular with 
this Demolay enthusiast. Went- 
worth Institute or entering the 
Coast Guard are among Kevin's fu- 
ture prospects. 



DOROTHY YEO 
86 Brown Street 
Clerk Typist 

"Dottie", a lively South Juniorite 

with brown hair and a set of eyes 

to match, thinks subs and pizza are 

"great!", as Sharon and "Tere" 

know. After graduation, a school 

for fashion designing, where her 

knowledge of sewing will be put 

to use, will claim Dottie's talents. 

Activities: Assistant Director — Senior Play, 
4; Pep Squad; I.B.M.; Mr. Belliveau's 
Office; Guidance Office. 



JUDY YOUNG 
20 Lowell Street 

Business 

"You know what I mean!" ex- 
claims "Judsy" to Rose, Gladys, 
Priscilla when thinking about eat- 
ing lasagna, skating or bowling. 
This brown-eyed girl tops her list 
of favorite subjects with business 
mechanics and is looking forward 
to attending I.B.M. School. 



ANTHONY ZATOONIAN 
120 Willow Street 

College I 

As "Arch", Paul and Mark can tell 
you, "Tony" enjoys Mr. McKnight's 
chemistry class almost as much as 
the girls at W.H.S. His blue-green 
eyes sparkle at the sight of a siz- 
zling pizza; and if you need a 
chauffeur, Tony's your driver. One 
of Mr. Foley's tennis pros, Tony 
sets his sights on college in the 
fall. 

Activities: Tennis team, 3, 4; Italian 
Club, 2; President, 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment, 3; Chemistry Club, 4. 



W.H.S. HAWK 
55 School Street 
Sports 

A most unusual member of our 
class is W.H.S. Hawk; true to his 
unusual character, he submitted a 
unique questionaire. His best friend 
is Tony Zatoonian and his hobby is 
listed as "sparing Tony from undue 
misery, such as being placed last 
in the Mirror". Since he has been 
such a devoted friend, W.H.S. 
Hawk pleaded with us to put his 
picture last and to list him as 
W.H.S. Hawk Zykowitz, a request 
to which we partially agreed. 




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KENNETH BARDSLEY 
215 Pine Hill Circle 
Welding 

"Ha, bonna head" shouts "Bards" 
to Ronnie as he rushes to the cafe- 
teria for lunch. Brown-eyed "Freck- 
les" interests range from eating 
steaks -to building hot rods for drag 
strips. Future plans for Kenny in- 
clude opening up a welding shop. 



JOHN CHISHOLM 
20 Lowell Street 
Printing 

"Fuzza" enjoys his math classes best 
at W.H.S. Friends, Mule, Peter, and 
Bill say cars rate first with "Fuzza". 
Last bell rates second. "Fuzza" 
came to us from North Junior. 
"Good luck" to "Fuzza" in his fu- 
ture printing career. 



JOHN EVANS 
35 Dobbin Street 

Vocational 

Although Jack can't eat Italian food 
in shop, he still considers shop his 
favorite subject. O-ooh-Noo shouts 
Jack to his friends Russ, Ronnie, and 
Jerry as his car refuses to start. 
John plans to go into auto body 
after graduation. 



LINDA FERRO 
28 Edge Hill Road 

Business 

North Junior's loss was our gain 
when it comes to brown-eyed 
"Toni". In her spare moments we 
find "Toni" bowling or baby sit- 
ting for Kim and Donna. "Toni's" 
fondest memories of W.H.S. include 
short periods and lunch with the 
girls, especially Donn, Debbie, and 
Pat. Linda looks forward to a career 
in sociology. 

Activities: Future Nurses of America 3; 
Morang's Office Staff, 2, 3, 4. 




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r /ALTER LeBLANC 
68 Prospect Street 

'Tinting 

'Junior's" favorite saying is "no 
omment. His pals, Paul, Sylvio 
md Ted, all know his favorite food 
s cheeseburgers. "Junior" likes to 
>owl and plans to go into the 
jrinting trade. 



NICHOLAS SQUILLANTE 
50 Edwin Road 

College II 

Nick, as his friends, Bob, Kevin, and 
Jack call him, came to W.H.S. from 
Xavier High School. Math being his 
Favorite subject, Nick was elected 
treasurer of Junior Achievement in 
his junior year. After graduation, he 
plans to go to college. 

Activities: Junior Achievement, 3 Treas- 
urer, 3. 



RONALD SULLIVAN 
753 South Street 

Distributive Education 
"Porky" claims that he has one 
brown eye and one blue eye and 
when asked about this he'll say, 
"You know it". Sitting in a pizza 
shop having coffee with Bill is one 
of his favorite pastimes. Among 
Porky's interesting friends are "Hor- 
rible Joe", "Boonie", and Bill. Af- 
ter graduation, our senior plans a 
future in the Navy. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 



FREDERICK TARANTO 
1 Church Street 

Business 

Friendly popular "Butch" came to 
us from North Junior High. His 
brown eyes sparkle at the sight of 
apples or pretty girls. When not in 
Harvard Square "Butch" can be seen 
in his favorite English Class or 
with John, Frank or Gerard. "Butch- 
es" great sense of humor will make 
him a success in any future en- 
deavors. 




DBERT WHEELER 
p3'/2 Chestnut Street 
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i told you so", adds "Boob" when 
liscussing girls or cars with his 
pmpanions Jonn Mike, and Dave, 
pnd, blue-eyed "Bob", who came 
i us from South Junior, jumps at 
le thought of a sizzling _ steak. 
Bob's" future holds a profession in 
hirdressing or professional car driv- 

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RICHARD ADAMS 
201 Temple Road 
College II 

Good-looking, blue-eyed Rick, com- 
ing from Sunbury Area High School 
Pennsylvania, enjoys gym and the 
2:30 bell at W.H.S. Paul, Dickie, 
and Steve can hear Rick say "not 
bad" when it comes to steak. Future 
plans include college. 
Activities: Homeroom Rep., 3. 

ERNEST BERGSTROAA 
89 Farnum Road 

College I 

"Swede" thinks sitting in Tony's 
and eating veal parmesian is just 
stupendous. This N.J.H. graduate 
digs P.O.D. and friends Soupy, Don, 
and Mot will vouch for that. Future 
plans include B.U. Law School. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 

GERARD CHIASSON 
240 River Street 
Electronics 

Gerry, whose favorite hobby is 
sports, can be seen eating pizza 
with Ron, Jack, and Wayne. After 
graduation Gerry plans to work in 
electronics. Good luck Gerry. 

JOHN FITZGERALD 
181 Beal Road 
College II 

"Big Deal", we can often hear 
"Fitz" shouting down the hall to 
"Hick" as he rushes out the door 
at 2:30. This ex-Kennedy Juniorite 
can usually be found eating lobster 
with Dave or driving around with 
Frank. Fitz plans to attend college 
after graduation. 



WAYNE ALTERISIO 
1099 Main Street 

Electronics 

Wayne cries, "oh no" when his 
many friends remind him that grad- 
uation means he'll have to leave 
his acquaintances, teachers, and 
shop classes at the Vocational High 
School. But Wayne will quickly turn 
to the brighter side and think of 
such things as bowling, Italian food, 
or his future of college in the eve- 
nings and electronics work during 
the day. 

Activities: Waltham Youth Council, 4; 
Introductory Data Processing 

JOHN CARNEY 
105 Milner Street 

College II 

This blue-eyed senior came to us 
from Kennedy Junior High. John 
likes Mr. Yetten's chemistry class 
as well as lunch periods at W.H.S. 
He plans to enter Army Airborne 
Service after graduation. 

PAUL CORMIER 
81 Alder Street 

College II 

Paul, a former South Juniorite, has 
a mania for fried clams, lunch time, 
and history class. This black-haired, 
brown-eyed senior hopes to further 
his education in college. 

DENNIS M. FLIGG 
109 Stow Street 

Vocational 

"Red" enjoys skiing and boating, 
as T.W. and F.V. well know. His 
drawing class is his favorite at 
W.H.S. He plans a career in car- 
pentry after military service. 



FRANCIS AUCOIN 
794 Moody Street 
College II 

Francis last attended St. Joseph's 
High School, ,Cape Breton, Nova 
Scotia, where he won a trophy for 
marksmanship. Here at W.H.S. his 
favorite subject is English, and we 
often hear him uttering that well 
known philosophical saying: "A 
sound mind in a sound body." 

JAMES CARPENTINQ 
3 Mack's Court 

Carpentry 

"Ginnie" can be found at the 
nearest lake, swimming, fishing, and 
water skiing. Hazel-eyed Jim en- 
joyed eating chicken in the cafe 
with all the rest of the kids most 
at WHS. As one can guess, Jim's fu- 
ture plans include entering the Na- 
vy with the underwater demolition 
crew. 

Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN DICICCO 

104 Seminole Avenue 

General 

Brown haired blue-eyed "Chick" 
enjoys lunch, especially if he can 
eat subs with Zeke, Richie and 
Mark. "Chick" plans to enter the 
service after graduation. 

ROBERT FRECHETTE 
23 Russel Street 

College II 

Bob hails from North Junior High 
and enjoys handling rifles. Biology 
rates number one on Bob's hit pa- 
rade along with medium rare roast 



beef. Bob can often be seen ru; 
to crasses with Dave, Romeo 
Frank. The halls of ivy are be 
ing Bob as a future science 
dent. 

ROBERT BEAUDETTE 
186 Warren Road 

Machine 

"Beau Beau" as he is know 
friends Stepo, Richie and "V 
joys shop at the Vocational 
School. His friends say Beau E 
favorite saying is "What's 
name?" Fried clams rate first 
this senior. Good Luck to bi 
eyed Beau Beau in whateve 
goal may be. 

RICHARD CATINO 
31 Guinan Street 
Auto Mechanics 

"Cat" as he is called loves 
and thinks girls are all neat, altr 
swimming is his favorite. Wher 
with Bob, Bruce, and Mike, h 
joys eating steak. Auto mecl 
is his favorite course and he 
shopr After v graduation he pic 
enlist in the Navy and we all 
him luck. 

DAVID EDMUNDS 
14 Chester Lane 

College II 

At 2:35, "Mons", our fun-l 
lobster eater will probably say 
me Jimmy", but if Rock, Me 
Kev get him enough lobste 
won't mind missing any scho 
tivities for a while. A hazel-ey 
Charles alumnus, Dave look; 
ward to college next fall. 



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1 Newton Street 

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cational School with Mac, Bill 
Jack is brown-eyed, brown- 
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ject with "Tony" while electron- 
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Irshall looks ahead to the service. 

RGE LANTHIER 
Lake Street 

lege II 

worth getting up in the morn- 

if the breakfast menu is clams 

"Chopper... "If "Chevys don't 

is heard in the halls, you know 



that Chopper is talking to Ron, Bob, 
and Cliff. Cars and electronics are 
the main interests of this future ra- 
dio and television businessman. 

Activities: Crimson Key, Language Lab 
2. 

D. ARTHUR MacKENZIE 
20 Shade Street 

College II 

"Artie", who came to us from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High, enjoys 
the company of Dave, Bob, and 
Doug while at W.H.S. This blue-eyed 
senior will surely be successful in 
whatever he does after graduation. 
256 Lake Street 

RUSSEL GRENIER 
256 Lake Street 
Auto Mechanics 

Russel, a dark-haired, blue-eyed 
senior, came to us from Kennedy 
Junior High. Garry, Danny and Joe 
can tell us that Russel's favorite sub- 
ject is girls. We can all bring our 
broken-down cars to Russel because 
he plans to become a mechanic. Say 
Russell, can you fix my car? 



TAYLOR JOHNSON 
148 Lexington Street 

College I 

"Tay, a fun loving senior whose wit 
brightens many classes has interests 
inside and outside school. As an 
athlete he enjoys gym classes, and 
as a student he enjoys P.O.D. classes. 
As a teenager, in his leisure time 
he collects firearms. Taylor's bright 
eyes are focused on a college edu- 
cation. 



MARY ANN LENTINI 
79 Central Street 
College II 

Mary Ann, who came to W.H.S. 
after attending high school in Flor- 
ida, enjoys math classes the most. 
When not talking to Carol, she 
can usually be found eating steak 
and potatoes with Pete and Tom- 
my. Good luck in the future, Mary 
Ann, from W.H.S. 

Activities.- Volleyball 3. 

JOHN MAHER 
85 Jennings Road 
Auto Body 

"Time for a break" cries "Zombie" 
as he dashes into the cafe to get 
a look at the girls. Uncle Joe Rus- 
sie and Collie tell us that eating 
anything and everything and fooling 
around with cars are tops with this 
senior. 

LORRAINE GUERIN 
21 Alder Street 

Clerical 

Lorrie can usually be seen enjoy- 
ing heaps of spaghetti with Denise, 
Elna, and Dianne. A transfer from 
St. Charles, English and piano rate 
high with this Miss. Clerical work 
foretells a busy future for Lorie. 

Activities.- Mr Morang's Staff, 4. 

CHARLES KAUFMAN 
66 Exchange Street 

Auto Mechanics 

Tony and Joe say Charlie usually 
can be found working on cars. 
Charlie, blonde-haired and blue- 
eyed, likes eating steak. Shop is 
second on his list. Charlie comes to 



W.H.S. from North Junior. He wish- 
es to continue working after grad- 
uation. Good luck to Charlie in the 
future. 

STEVEN LEONARD 
78 Warwic Ave. 
Printing 

Bang, Bang, Bang, is that the sound 
of Steve's trusty set of drums or 
the movement of the printing press 
over at the vocational? Which ever 
it is we know Steve enjoys its 
sound almost as much as the sound 
of the crowds at the many sports 
games he attends. If we lose a 
game, his friends know the mention 
of getting an ke cream will return 
a smile to his face. 
Activities: Audio Visual 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS McANDREWS 
149 Adams Street 
Welding 

Girls, steak and welding appeal to 
this red-haired, ex-South Juniorite 
"Big T" is happiest when he's de- 
vouring a big juicy steak or bowling 
with Ken, Pat and Steve. Although 
he's "never out of sight" when girls 
are around, he'll have to change 
his ways— Tom is looking forward 
to a future in the service. 

PAUL GUTHRIE 
5 Hamilton Road 
College II 

"Guppa" finds the senior year the 
"most liked thing" about Waltham 
High. He is hopefully anticipating 
a future as either a commercial 
artist or a novelist. During school 
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Guppa's favorite food includes "any- 
thing but Waltham High School 
Cafeteria food." We all wish Paul 
luck for the future. 

VALDIMIR KLIAAOVICZ 
1 1 Auburn Street 
College I 

Hazel-eyed "Walter" comes to us 
from Emilio Moyer. Bobby, Chick, 
and Mike will tell you that swim- 
ming and the ski-club are "tops" 
with Walter. When he's not busy 
studying English, you can find him 
eating Italian food at the nearest 
pizza shop. Best of luck in the fu- 
ture at college. 
Activities-. Ski Club, 4 

CLYDE LUCAS 
54 Myrtle Street 
College I 

Brown-eyed "Buck" came to us from 
Billerica and likes English, lunch and 
studies at W.H.S. Buck's hobbies in- 
clude girls and motorcycles along 
with filet mignon. After graduation 
he intends to go into the service. 

RICHARD NICHOLS 
66 Chester Lane 
College I 

"Dick's" "Down with Detroit iron" 
can be heard echoing backstage at 
school productions be they Talent 
Shows, Teachers' Shows or Senior 
Play. Fried clams can really lend a 
sparkle to his hazel eyes, but noth- 
ing matches their gleam at the 
sight of a passing sports car. Tom, 
Jim, and Doug know he really digs 
jazz and folk music too. He'd sure 
appreciate one of these sports cars; 



to drive off to college in. That'd be 
quite a step for Dick from Kenne- 
dy Junior High. 

Activities: German Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play, 4; Talent Show, 3. 

JOHN RAVENSCROFT 
Fern Street 

College II 

"Cool as a moose" is the label for 
math at W.H.S. Mike, Bob, and Dave 
eagerly agree with John that the 
girls here are neat! Any and all 
foods rate high, with weight lifting 
coming in a smooth second. Thi^ 
senior will soon see action in the 
service. 

DENNIS SPECTOR 
18 Bryant Road 

College II 

"Spec" came to us from Lexington 
Junior High. Besides corn beef and 
cabbage, he enjoys geometry best 
at W.H.S. as Joe, Mike, and Pete 
can tell. After graduation, "Spec" 
plans to attend East Coast Aero- 
tech. 

CHARLES PAPIA 
626 Moody Street 
Distributive Education 

If Charlie, isn't at the strips racing 
his car, he can be seen in an Italian 
Restaurant with his friends Omba, 
Ziggy and Wolf. "Blast it out" is 
Charlie's favorite saying when he's 
with his buddies. His future plans 
include the Navy. 
Activities: DECA (Treas.). 

ANTHONY RIGOLI 
12 Park Street 
Distributive Education 



"I shall return", Tony says to his 
friends, Bob, Woody, and Barbara. 
Tony enjoys roller-skating and 
girls. The cafeteria rates high on 
Tony's list. He does not have any 
definite plans for the future so we 
wish him the best of luck in all 
his endeavors. 
Activities: Member of the D.E.C.A. 

MICHAEL TIERNEY 

15 Lyman Street 

College II 

Bill, Mike, and Tom agree with 
Mike that skiing is the sport. Mike 
can often be seen at W.H.S. victo- 
rious football games. This energetic 
student came to WHS from St. 
Mary's High School. "So goes life," 
says Mike while trying to finish 
his German. College is sighted in 
the near future. 

Activities: German Club, 3, 4; Chemistry 
Club 3, 4; Language Lab 3, 4; United 
Nations 3, 4; Jets 4; Ski Club 3; Vice 
President of Ski Club 4. 

JANICE POTTKER 
36 Gill Road 

College i 

This brown-eyed senior was brought 
to us from Highland Park High 
School. She spent many busy hours 
working on the senior play. Major- 
ing in history in college is this girl's 
main goal. 

Activities: Chemistry Club, 4; Senior Play, 
4. 

JOHN RIPPIN 

14 Cutter Street 

Genera/ 

Brown-haired Jack, a steak-eater 

"from way back" is a veteran of 



South Junior. His coin and book 
lections keep him occupied v 
he isn't with Fran, Jim, or 
English rates as his academic 
vorite. He plans to serve our < 
try in some branch of the servic 

JOSEPH QUALITZ 
109 Bright Street 
Honors 

Although math class is his fav 
Joe is never too involved to ! 
at a friend. If Joe doesn't dash 
the door when he hears a 
beep, Dave, Greg, and Arnie k 
Joe is finishing a painting, si 
ming on his guitar, or plannit 
move for his game of ches 
mail. Any college will be prou 
have industrious Joe as a stu< 

Activities: National Honor Society, 
Chess Club 3; National Merit Con 
dation, J.E.T.S. 4; Literary Societ 
Editor of the School Newspaper. 

ARTHUR SHARPE 
268 Newton Street 

Carpentry 

Brown-eyed Arthur likes lunch 
gym best at the Vocational Sc 
He enjoys eating chicken wit! 
friends Bob, Tony, and Charlie 
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Student Council 




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William Madden 

President 
Michael Fine 

Vice-President 
Marjorie Short 

Vice-President 
Kathy Arsenault 

Secretary 
Julie Taranto 

Treasurer 



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National Honor Society 




Row I: B. Phelan, D. Deagle, L. Arizmendi, D. Cane, J. Brehm, B. Lawler, S. Pass, AA. Caffee, C. Bowman. Row //.- S. Kendall, L. Keefe, 
N. Peters, C. Nicotera, AA. Cutting, P. Doucett, C. Katz, AA. Christofori. ROW III: L. Evans, J. Qualitz, A. Eptein, H. Masterman, J. Clark, 
R. Kelner, J. Walker, R. Lesuer, W, .Dow. 








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Front Row.- R. Vittum, V. Vacarello, 
R. Gaudet, R. Keyes, W. AAadderv, A. 
Epstein, H. AAasterman, F. Lord, AA. 
Dennis. Back Row: D. AAerida, R. 
Lesuer, R. AAahoney, A. Namais, J. 
Lexander, G. AAac Clary, S. Hardy, 
E. Hardy, J. Bray, J. Walker. 




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A.F.S. 




Charlotte Katz, Francisco Havas, Miss Needham, A.F.S. advisor. 






AssiSi Sao Paulo Brazil — August lb, 19^5 



Dear kids, 

Every one of us placed In Brazil believes that his family is the best and is 
the one family he would have chosen if he'd had the choice. I knew that of my 
family from the minute I met them. The cliche" "They opened not only their home, 
but also their hearts" is no longer a cliche to me — it's the truth. 

It was really difficult pettinr adjusted — I was so frustrated not to be able 
to speak fluent Portugese immediately. Don't ever let anyone tell you it'3 a lot 
like Spanish! The most mortifying thing is to struggle to get out a simple phrase, 
and tc have a three-year-ola come along barbling in the right tenses, conjugations, 
and declensions! It's hard work learning a new language this way, and I can sure 
sympathize with those of you learning languages by ALM. Though it's easier now, 
at first I was truly mentally exhausted by thf =nd o r each day, for every nerve 
and sense is constantly alert to sounds. Put it's the way to learn, and living a 
whole new existence, as I'm actually doinp, is the most exciting and gratifying 
experience of my life. 

We just returned from a week in S3o Paulo, Rrazil's largest city. (I thought 
it was Rio de Janeiro, but S.P. is up on Rio by a full million people!) Sao Paulo 
looks just like Hew York, except that the signs are not in English. There's one 
favorite place of mine in the city — a traffic circle with a monument to President 
Kennedy in its center. There were fresh flowers on it every time we passed. 1 
was so proud that an American president had gained the love and respect of so many 
foreigners; and, for the first time, I was really aware of being an American. 

It's unbelievable how the weeks have slipped by — I almost dreaded coming, and 
now I don't know how I'll ever be able to leave. Somehow, before I came, I couldn't 
help thinking of the Brazilians in connection with Amazon jungle savages — even though 
I knew they were civilized. They're far from savages: they're the most wonderful, 
sincerely warm people I've met, and they have a tremendous will to build a strong, 
free country. They look toward the United States for guidance, an'! from the looks 
of the success they've already tasted, we should expect great things from them. I 
hope we can live up to their expectations, for their standards are very high. 

The summer is nearly ended, and thouph I haven't had time to be homesick, I'm 
looking forward to coming home now so I can tell you all about lge here as I've 
seen it and lived it. There's a word in Portugese for which there is no real Eng- 
lish translation: SAimADF. It means a sort of homesickness or longing for some- 
thing passed or something or someone left behind, I know even now that I'll experi- 
ence "ijnensas saudades" for this land and its people — from the time I leave until 
I can return. 



Ate logo ('Til soon), 



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"Walk together, talk together, ye peoples of the world. 
Then, and only then, shall ye have peacp," 

What better way to describe AFS program than through this old, but true 
Sanskrit saying? Before I came here, my Brazilian view of the United States 
and Americans was more a stereotype than a reality. The picture T had about 
the U.S. was partly prejudiced by the education T received at home. Thus, I 
saw Americans as supermen, very rich people whose biggest problem was to get 
to the moon before the Russians* Not only the people were different in my imag- 
ination, but also the cities. All I pictured was concrete and steel — big sky 
scrapers everywhere. 

AFS experience changed my views. The everyday contact with American youth 
in school, social, and working situations made me feel a Dart of this rushing 
but friendly and close life, My opportunity to learn about American methods of 
teaching showed me a system different from what 1 had experienced before. 
Brazilian schools do not. offer the young such a broad choice of courses through 
which the student can easily aim towards a career that best suits him. The 
assistance that each teacher gives to his students, handling such case as an 
individual and not as a collective problem, gives the feeling of sharing that 
is so important in building up a character. The friendship that many times 
develops from this student-teacher relationship helps bring a mature inder- 
standing of human relations. Mow I realize that American school provide not 
only for technical training, but also for the formation of a string personal- 
ity and character. These virtues are as importnat as technical achievement 
because only this way will mankind be able to talk together on the same cul- 
tural level and walk together down the samr road towards what man has always 
sought: PFACF. 



Francisco Havas 



Latin Club 




"Where's the slave auction and the Olympics?" "There's no such thing in the new 
Amid Latini since it's changed. We now have celebrations, parties, and conven- 
tions." These are typical comments from the old and new members of the Latin 
Club. The activities have changed under the new officers— Gregory AAcElroy, 
President; Joseph Saulnier, Vice-president; Constance McElroy, Treasurer; and our 
illustrious Secretary John Clark, alias Pater Saturnalia. 



F.O.R.U.N. 








F.O. R.U.N, is the international re- 
lations club of Waltham High. Activ- 
ities include having guest speakers 
address the club concerning foreign 
affairs, attending lectures on contem- 
porary world problems, and partic- 
ipating in the United Nations forums 
at local colleges. Miss Needham, Mrs. 
Salerno, and Mr. Richman are the ad- 
visors. 



Row /.- A. Namias, J. Bray, D. Webb, P. Doherty, J. Clark, E. O'Neill; Row //.• M. Cutler, 
D. Merida, A. Economo, E. Salo, S. Giacosanzio, B. Tushin, J. Franco, Row ///.- A. Greene, 
F. Gracia, J. Weiner, D. Gage, L. Nile, C. Columbo, J. Saulnier. 



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French Club 




Spanish Club 




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Italian Club 




Row /.- G. Taranto, S. Giardina, M. Composto, J. Cappadona Vice-President, Mr. Caso, S. Ballo, D. Deagle, L. Arizmendi, J. Rao, Row II: 
J. Franco, A. Randolfi, C. Hartman, A. Guigno, M. Agranis, T. Marshall, D. lagulli, M. Salamone, B. Mancuso President, M. Pizzi, P. 
Randor, K. Nicotera, M. Lombardo, L. Nile, Row ///: M. Kelner, B. Demeo, V. Behrikis, E. Sarno, C. Malloy, J. Craverdone, L. Antico, J. 
Testa Treasurer, B. Everett, J. Columbo. 



Russian Club 




Row /: N. Rando, L. Policronis, J. Benger, C. Dwyer, G. Resnikoff, D. Demmarco, J. Beran, C. Brown, L. Cox, M. Schier. Row //: N. 
McGuire, G. Freedman, J. Chaisson, S. Bennett, P. Slotnick, B. Rosen, G. Kulin. 



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Row /; J. Shea, J. Walker, R. Nangle, R. Nickls, J. Warings, S. Ramberg, D. Raimes, L. Vile, W. Dow, L. Evans. Row //; G, 
Kulin, P. Doherty, B. Belanski, L. Policronis, M. Cutting, M. Sarmanian, AA. Willecher, C. Brown, E. Salo, F. AAitchel. Row III; 
O. Sampson, C. Raines, AA. Rose, J. Benger, D. Lyons, A. Gustauson, J. Hanley, B. Lawler, C. Wians. 




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Literary Society 




Seated left to right: S. Giacosanzio, S. Ballo, E. O'Neill, S. Burns, AA. Pizzi, D. Duprez, J. Rao, L. Forgione, 2nd 'row; left 
\to right: E. Salo, D. AAuise, D. lagulli, L. Fox, AA. Short, C. Wians, J. Benger, D. Brackett, AA. Cross, A. Economo, 3rd row; 
\left to right: J. Brehm, B. Demeo, J. Bray, D. King, J. Qualitz, D. Webb 



"This Week at Waltham High" 




Seafed left to right: Sheila Burns, Charlotte Katz, Ellen Salo, Janet Brehm. Standing. Olive Samson, Pat 
Ruggles, Eileen O'Neill, Frances Mitchell, AAarion Cutting, Annette Ross, Anna Randolphi, Maria Chaffee. 



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"Reflector" 




Row ?.- Beverly Lawler, Mr. Wiellette, Joseph Qualitz, Mr. McKnight, Robert Mahoney. Row 2: Joseph Nicotera, Greg McElroy, Kathleen 
Nicotera, Kathleen McHugh, Deborah Webb, Bernice Gaudet, Paul Cuerdon, Gary Freedman, Arnold Epstein, Philip Slotnick. 



Library Council 




Row. 7; Ann Marie Clark, Carol Wians, Andrea Economo, Sandra Bowley, Arlene Silva, Corrine Brown, Cheryl Mermelstein, Row 2: 
Mrs. Flynn, Nadia Filosa, Ellen Salo, Harriet Ramsey, Elsie Savoy, Noreen McCabe* Marjorie Chignon, Jane Sinclair, Mary Lahdrigan, Connie 
Clavardone. 



Pep Squad 




Maroon Squad 




Row ?.- J. Bonazzi, J. Beagan, K. Fitzpatrick, C. Hanna, G. Bryant, J. Lenza, M. O'Connell, N. Russo. Row 2: C. O'Brien, K. Scammon, 
J. Mahoney, B. Manzelli, M. Murphy, P. Keane, S. Chane. Row 3: M. Digregerio, R. Patuto, D. Lester, C. Macdonald, P. Poirier, L. 
Stolowski, B. Deveaux, M. Skane, L. Kelly, J. Bace, B. Lord. 




Too many cooks spoil the 
brew! 



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Audio-Visual Staff 




Row 7: M. Tomao, J. Toohil, R. Clark, W. Dow, D. Vanderwick, Row 2: C. Caminitti, M. Guzzi, R. Schneider, D. Ramey, Row 3: P 
Valenti, D. Main, G. McElroy, J. O'Brien, C. Moriale, R'. MacKenzie. 




Language Lab Assistants 

Row 7: E. Salo, L. Policronis, Mr. LeFlem, J. Benger, M. Willscher, B. Bilansky, Row 2: G. Freedman, J. Carney, D. Nanrecki, C. Ander- 
son, P. Pomeroy, M. Short, C. Wiley, D. Mahoney, M. Rose, J. France, J. Clarke. 



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Debating Club 




First Row: N. Rando, AA. Schier, A. Namias, President, Stephanie Casale. Second Row: A. Ackerman, B. Phelan, B. Reardon, Mr. Desi- 
mone, J. Bray, A. Epstein, P. Slotnick. 





". . . And that is all." 







Scalpel . . . Tweezers . . . Forceps 



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Folk Song Club 






Their talented performers 



draw crowds. 




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Future Nurses of America 





The F.N. A. was begun at Waltham High in 1965 to enable students who are 
interested in nursing to pursue their chosen profession. It is open to all students 
who are interested in a nursing career. During the past year the club has been 
invited to visit numerous hospitals. The F.N. A. has also had movies and guest 
speakers to answer any questions that have arisen concerning the nursing vocation. 



Future Teachers of America 





The Future Teachers of America Club, under the direction of Miss Tahaney 
and Miss Dolan, meets every other Tuesday to plan activities pertaining to the 
field of teaching. This year's activities have included a panel discussion on The 
Practice Teaching Experience by four girls from Lesley College and decoration of 
the Warren School at Christmas for the retarded children. 



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Chemistry 
Club 




BOARD 

OF 

DIRECTORS 




Row /.- Ellen Salo, Mr. McKnight, M. Davemport, A. Economo, Mrs. Hughes, Mr. Wiellette, C. 
Brown, M. Short, P. Doherty, K. Wolcott, Row II: D. Cane, J. Chernoski, J. Waring, J. Corkcry, J. 
Susi, T. Sinclair, C. Crockford, J. McGovern, D. Webb. 




SENIORS 




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JUNIORS 



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SENIORS 



Officers 




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Mike Tierney, vice president, Cynthia Montgomery, secretary, Chico Havas, treasurer, Marc 
Webb, president. 




JUNIORS 

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SOPHOMORES 



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Row /: E. O'Neill, D. Webb, M. Kelner. Row //: J. Qualitz, D. King, R. Kelner, P. Cuerdon, 
D. Barnes. 



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Math Team 




Row /.- H. Loeser, AA. Paige, J. Genova, D. Barnes. Row //: Arnold Epstein, Hugh Masterman. 



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Jets 



The Waltham High 
chapter of J.E.T.S. or the 
Junior Engineering Tech- 
nical Society was organ- 
ized in November; 1965, 
as the result of interest 
shown by numerous sci- 
ence students. Included 
in the nationwide J.E.T.S. 
organization, the Walt- 
ham chapter enables its 
members to receive sci- 
entific publications and 
to participate in activities 
such as science seminars 
and talent searches. This 
club will provide an ex- 
cellent chance for Walt- 
ham High students to or- 
ganize projects or field 
trips pertaining to sci- 
ence or engineering. 




Row 7: G. Freedman, C. Fiedler, J. Edmunds, P. Cuerdon, J. Qualitz, G. Sterns, R. Kelner. Row //.- N. 
Brock, D. Mac Kenzie, C. AAoreales, Miss Moser, B. Demeo, H; Masterman, R. Nangle, M. Strom. Row III: 
J. Waring, D. Ramey, S. Ramberg, J. Corkery, P. Tossman, A. Epstein, J. Shea, J. Hickey, J. Chernosky, D. 
Chiasson, R. Arsenault, M. Tierney, M. Webb. 



Camera Club 




Our deepest apprecfa- 
tion goes to these boys 
who worked so long to 
get pictures for the 1966 
Mirror. 




Jonathan Weiner, Robert Kelner, Donald Gage, Mr. Wiellette, Gary Freedman, Joseph Franco. 



National Merit Scholarship Commendations 





Seated: Joe Qualitz, Deborah Brackett,. semi-finalist, Carol 
Chaisson, Janet Brehm, Paul Cuerdon. Standing: Arnold 
Epstein, Hugh AAasterman, semi-finalist, John Archdeacon, 
Robert Kelner. Absent from picture: Charlotte Katz. 



Mr. Tyner strikes again!! 




History in action 



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Clinic Staff 




Row /: L. Vincuilla, D. 
Lembo, N. Russo, Miss 
Flynn, J. Truel, E. O'Reilly, 
Row 2: M. Walker, J. Dero- 
sia, K. Pintabone, S. Bow- 
ley, AA. Steven, G. Barnes, 
A. Hornstein, F. Mitchell. 




Main Office Staff 



Row /.- B. Gaudet, E. Labossiere, 
B. Lawler, Mrs. Hughes, C. 
Rainis, M. Lombardo, B. Bilan- 
sky. Row 2: J. Digregoria, D. 
Macmillan, L. Policronis, L. Fi- 
dele, S. Lally, B. Tushin, B. 
Leard, D. Cane, M. Davenport, 
D. Njus, C. Chaisson, N. Jim- 
jimian. 




Business Office Staff 







Science Office Staff 



Nancy Peters, Donna MacMillan, Janice DiGregorio. 




Mr. McKnight, T. Sincl 
J. Wareing, J. Corkery, 
Willette, C. Aborn, P. 
sara, M. Washington, 
Aubie, M. Davenport. 



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SPORTS 





First Annui 



Octol 



The Queen and her court 





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"Hike hike . . . 




The Rally 



The Toss 




Go, Hawks" 




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31 Homecoming Day 

23, 1965 




VICTORIOUS COACH KOPP 



THE VICTORY 

WALTHAM 32 
WEYMOUTH 22 







LATER-THAT EVENING 




Steve 

and 

Donna 



THE Montclairs 




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Waltham High "Hawks" 

Eastern Massachusetts Class "A" Co-Champions 
Suburban League Champions 




Row /.- Tom Fiore, Nick Mariani, Steve Carme, Paul AAcGovern, Rollie Fournier, Bob Marcou, Kevin Fahey, George Campbell, Rick Furbush, George N 
Clary, Skip Vaocarello, Steve Hardy, Mike Dennis, Ed Sarno, Dick Vittum, Doug Tierney Dave Keeler, Steve Shea, Rick Annunciata, John Graceffa. Row i 
Bob Lisa, Tom Gardner, Paul Clare, J. Forbush, J. Flanders, P. DeVincent, R. Erickson, J. Cappadona, J. Caccitore, AA. Dozois, S. Boyd, J. Kelly, J. AAa 
Farland, G. Ouellette, K. Coleman, D. Viccione, AA. Joyal, W. Baker, R. AAilito, AA. AAurphy, W. Lefort, Ralph Gaudet, Al Thibeault. Row ///: C. Bonica, i 
Beaver, J. Burke, R. Centola, J. Landry, K. AAurphy, S. Gardner, L. Abbondanzio, D. Cutting, S. Goldstein, B. Shea, J. Harwick, AA. Bresia, AA. Quinn, C. Ri< 
ardson, D. Noke, J. Barry, R. Naughton. 



Coaches 




Maiden 


22- 6 


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Brookline 


40-12 


w 


Arlington 


28- 7 


w 


Haverhill 


30- 


w 


Weymouth 


32-22 


w 


Watertown 


26- 


w 


Brockton 


38- 


w 


Newton 


6- 


w 


Somerville 


28- 


w 



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! 




Steve bearhugs 
his opponent. 



Steve Hardy makes way 
for Ralph Gaudet. 



Bob Marcou returns 
a punt. 



Skippy goes in for a score. 




Ronnie's going to get him. 






Ralph fires 
a pass. 



George Nails his man 





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M.f3P! 





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Kevin throws block for Ed. 



250 points worth of power. 



All-American Mike. 




Dave intercepts. 





Our defensive stalwarts 



John scores. 




Buster makes way. 



T.D. 

grab by 

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Row /: T. Berry, R. Furbush, B. Priest, Capt.; A. Thibeault, D. Tierney, R. Gaudet, B. Marcou. Row //: Coach Prohovich, J. Generoso, B. Renna, Art 

D. Cincoffa, J. Graceffa, J. Cacciatori, Mgr. A. Amirilian. Row ///.- J. Coburn, S. Jais, B. Adams, Art. Dennis, F. Clare. 



Hampered by a slow start, the W.H.S. 
Hawks rallied behind starters Al Thibeault, 
Mike Dennis, Doug Tierney, Joe Cacciatori, 
and Bob Marcou, to finish third in a tight 
Suburban League. Highlights included 
nerve racking, ye' exciting wins over arch- 
rivals Newton and Watertown. 







SCHEDULE 




Waltham 


68 


Ringe Tech 


71 


Waltham 


57 


Brockton 


61 


Waltham 


65 


Cambridge Latin 


51 


Waltham 


42 


Arlington 


39 


Waltham 


53 


Somerville 


65 


Waltham 


60 


Watertown 


49 


Waltham 


57 


Newton 


44 


Waltham 


75 


Brookline 


57 


Waltham 


56 


Weymouth 


52 


Waltham 


67 


Newton South 


50 


Waltham 


57 


Rindge Tech 


47 


Waltham 


61 


Brocton 


63 


Waltham 


51 


Cambridge Latin 


60 


Waltham 


56 


Arlington 


42 


Waltham 


45 


Watertown 


40 


Waltham 


48 


Newton South 


47 


Waltham 


65 


Newton 


62 


Waltham 


65 


Brookline 


66 


Waltham 


54 


Weymouth 


58 


Waltham 


55 


Somerville 


53 



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Hockey Team 






Lex just misses 



Co-Captains, Lex and Erl, with 
"Coach" at .the rally 



Steve cuts ir 




Row /: G. Campbell, B. LaCroix, J. Kavaleski, E. Hardy, J. Lexander, S. Hardy, K. Fahey. 
Row //: P. Pilicy, D. Peirce, S. LaCroix, S. Boyd, D. Doyle, J. Flanders. Row ///.- K. Curtain, 
D. Stanley, J. Blanchard, E. Bastarache. 




Bob knocks it aside 





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Kevin eyes the corner 








SCORES 



Waltham 


5 


Somerville 


2 


Waltham 


1 


Brookline 





Waltham 





Medford 


3 


Waltham 


5 


Cambridge 





Waltham 


1 


Arlington 


6 


Waltham 


1 


Newton 


1 


Waltham 


6 


Rindge 


2 


Waltham 


5 


Somerville 


2 


Waltham 


1 


Brookline 


3 


Waltham 


5 


Medford 


3 


Waltham 


4 


Cambridge 





Waltham 





Arlington 


7 


Waltham 


3 


Newton 





Waltham 


4 


Rindge 


2 




STATE 


TOURNAMENT 




Waltham 


5 


Matigmon 


2 


Waltham 


8 


Worcester South 





Waltham 


3 


Natick 


2 





Highlighting a late season drive, including- a 3-0 win over arch rival Newton, 
the Waltham High Pucksters, for the third consecutive year, entered The State 
Hockey Tourney, this time with a respectable record of .nine wins, four losses, 
and one tie. Led by the high-scoring unit of co-captain Jim Lexander, Steve Hardy 
and junior Edgar Bastarache, the team enjoyed a successful season. Seniors Kevin 
Fahey and Bob LaCroix split the goal-tending chores, and did a fine job. After a 2-1 
win over powerful Arlington in the junior-sophomore game, Coach Walter Brinn 
eyes next year's season with confidence. 



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Cross Country 



This year the Waltham High Cross Country team enjoyed a very successful 
campaign for the 1965 season winning all 8 of its meets. Main factors contributing 
to this feat were the outstanding leadership of Captain Tom Wheeler and the 
team's excellence in distance running. Coach Lee Gould is sure to miss the services 
of Lester Evans, Don Ricciato, Rich Nangle, Don Merida, Dick Shuman, Rich Cooney, 
Jim Shea and Don Demoy. 




Row /: D. Demoy, J. Shea, R. Nangle, L. Evans, R. Cooney, M. Scheier, co-manager, T. Wheeler, B. 
Tushing, co-manager, R. Shuman, F. Doherty, D. Merida, D. Ricciato. Row //: J. Lambros, G. Blanchard, 
M. Fine, G. LeBlanc, T. Murphy, D. Kromer, T. Aubie, B. Raines, N. Neu. 




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CAPTAIN TOM WHEELER 





Record 8-0 




Arlington 




25-36 


W 


Newton South 


15-50 


W 


Medford 




15-45 


W 


Newton 




21-36 


W 


Revere 




15-50 


W 


Maiden 




25-30 


W 


Everett 




15-49 


W 



League Champions 
Newton 53—54 



W 




COACH LEE GOULD 



Indoor Track 




Row /.- Shuman, G. Blanchard, M. Fine, R. OBrien, M. Scheier, co-manager, D. Merida, B. 
Tushin, Co-manager, R. Shubert, J. Shea, R. Cooney, T. Aubie. Row //.- R. Nangle, F. Doherty, 
C. Barnes, T. Wheeler, D. Keeler, D. Demoy, C. Demeo, R. McKenzie, N. Neu. Row ///: R. 
Dudy, D. Ricciato, R. Keyes, B. Omerod, J. Cappadona, F. McCue M. Joyal, J. Lambros. 



Opponents 




B.C. High 


L 


Brookline 


W 


Natick 


L 


Newton 


L 


Weymouth 


L 


Rindge 


W 


Maiden 


W 




DON RICCIATO 
State Champion 1000 yards 



After a relatively slow start, the Waltham Tracksters 
overcame weaknesses and inexperience to become a 
worthy representative in the Metropolitan Track 
League. The season was climaxed by their sensational 
victory over perennial track-power Rindge Technical, 
and the outstanding performances of Don Ricciato. 
Don won the class A state meet, finished second in 
their all class B.A.A. games, and was invited to iep- 
resent Massachusetts in the Eastern Track Champion- 
ships held in New York. 

Coach Lee Gould and captain Don Merida were 
extremely proud of the performances of the team 
during the season and praised their drive and spirit. 

Among the records broken during the season were 
the mile by Rich Nangle and the 1000 by Don Ric- 
ciato. 





CAPTAIN DON MERIDA 



State Relay Champions Tom Wheeler, Don Ricciato, Buddy Keyes, 
Dave Keeler 




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Rifle Team 




j 


Waltham vs. 


Lexington 


W 


^^^^ 1 




Wayland 


W 


Wt* "' 1 




Maiden 


W 


m 1 




Bedford 


W 






Watertown 


W 








Marlboro 


W 








Newton 


W 




r^l aH 




Acton 


W 


W ' ^d 




Concord 


W 






Melrose 


W 








RECORD 10-0 





Row /.- J. LaCava, R. Clough, K. Vienneau, J. Cincotta, J. Weiner. Row //: W. Storer, J. Anderson, 

D. McKenzie, M. Waren, R. Warren, D. Smith. 




Prone, kneeling, and standing position J. Wheeler, John 
Cincotta, Capt. Ken Vienneau. 

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JOHN AND COACH SIANO 



JIM LACAVA 



Swimming 
Team 




Row /.- J. Hichey, B. Edmunds, Co. Capt. D. Vittum, Coach H. O'Brien, Co. Capt B. 
Lord, B. Lesuer, C. Havas. Row //: J. Sarkey, B. Gavolette, M. Martin, S. Madden, W. 
LeFort, M. Coen. Row ///: T. Deluca, R. McGinnis, B. Shennick, D. Geger, A. Nulty, 
R. Catino, J. Carpentino. 



/ 




1966 RECORD 

Maiden L 

Catholic Memorial L 

Brookline L 

Cambridge W 

Wellesley L 

Lynn W 

Boston Latin L 

Lexington W 

Fitchburg L 

Boston English L 

Maiden W 




Co-captains Buddy Lord, Dick Vittum 



Seniors, Jim Carpentino, Rich Catino 



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Row /.- S. Kyte, V. ZvTSig, P. Bassing, J. Bonney. Row //: D. Ryberg, L. Antico, K. 
Bowley, L. Raines. Row ///: L. Pereshuluha, J. Beran. 



Girls' Sports 




Varsity 



L. Cox, L. Raines, D. Ryberg, E. Hennessey, C. 
Boucher, P. Ross, S. O'Neill, D. Lester, J. Lazaro, J. 
Beran. 




B 
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s 

k 

e 
t 

b 
a 
I 
I 





P. Bassing, co-captain, S. O'Neill, J. Guisti, R. Guadagnino, S. Kyte, S. Ukraine, B. 
Leard, J. Jensen, B. Davidson, M. Maloney, AA. Susi, P. Wrye, C. Senate, D. Harris, 
Co-captain. 



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Two more for WHS! 



Hike, hike! 




Gee, for me? 





The Waltham High Swimmers. 




Nothing gets by me, friend. 



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HH 



Row /.- Christine Sennett, Bernadette Mancuso, Harriet Johnson, Co-Captain Judie Cain, Co-captain Corrine Brown, Sandy Camuti, Nancy McQuire, 
Sis O'Neill. Row //: Carol Baumann, Ronnie Murphy, Nancy Gledhill, Janet Beran, Pat Rizzo, Carolyn Brophy. 



Basketball-Football 
Hockey 

Cheerleaders 





Co-captains Judie Cain, and Corrine Brown 




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WOMEN'S SCORE: 

Faculty 24 
Seniors 6 



Senior Play 



The Class of 1966 













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Tin ■ i , . , j 

Olga 




Seafed: Janice Beagan, Marjorie Short, Cynthia Montgomery, Leah Policronis, Maria Chaffee, Doris Njus. Standing, Row I: David 
Ramey, Donna Lembo, Sharon Coleman, Norma McGann, Nora Russo, John Gollinger. Standing, Row II: Albert Namias, John 
Bray, Warren Dow, Lawrence Connearney, Robert Lesuer, Lawrence Nile, Joseph Geary. 



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Senior Class Officers 




President John Graceffa, Vice-President Douglas Tierney, Secretary Sally Gorgone, Treasurer, 
Joan Callahan 



The history of Waltham High began in 1832 with the construction of a building 
on the corner of Lexington and School Streets. Until 1849, when the town ad- 
ministrative officials moved from this building to the present site of City Hall, 
this building was shared by the administrators, grammar school, and high school. 

Waltham High became a separate school in 1869 with the joint construction of 
North Grammar School and a new high school building at the corner of Church 
and School Streets. 

Waltham dedicated the central portion of our present school building on April 
14, 1903. To this, two wings were added in 1935. Waltham High remained essential- 
ly the same until lack of space necessitated the addition of our "new wing" and 
cafeteria in 1962. 



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Last Will and Testament of the 

Class of 1966 



We, the imperishable members of the Class of 1966 of Waltham 
High School, possessing a minimal degree of sanity and fleeting 
control of our faculties, do hereby declare and assert this document 
to be our last Will and Testament. 

To the Student Body: An elastic School. 

To all senior homeroom teachers: Classrooms full of callow 
sophomores who statistically should average 4 feet 2 % inches in 
height. 

To Mr. May: A person to hold the cue cards for all his end-of-the- 
day announcements. 

To Mr. Levey, who is the first WHS housemaster to go through 
three years with the same class: A purple heart. 

To Mr. Morang: A CPO jacket of his very own to wear on 
cafeteria duty. 

To t^r. Belliveau, Waltham High School's professor-housemaster: 
632 dog tags for all his nameless juniors. 

To Mrs. Hughes: Curtains for her secluded little cubicle. 

To Mr. Eames: An air filter to keep out the smell of burning 
sulphur and overripe petri dishes. 

To Mr. Hood: More elbow room to move about in— larger book- 
room facilities to accomodate the expanding literary program. 

To Mr. Lynch: A racing stripe for "Supercar" and a leather bound 
volume with the list of all colleges using Protter and Morrey 
calculus. Since this is a rather large gift, we leave him only a part 
of it. 

To Mrs. Moore: A robot to handle all her supplies, books and 
keys. 

To Miss McCullough: A pocket-size TV so she won't miss the 12 
o'clock news. 

To Miss Betts: A custom-made green version of her favorite beret. 

To Miss Madden: An endless supply of cookies and cakes for all 
those receptions in the future. 

To Mr. Chapman, whose office is getting smaller and smaller: A 
stone wall to stop further invasions. 

To the Girls' Gym teachers: A group speaker to go along with 
gang showers. 

To the Boys' Gym teachers: A dozen new yardsticks. 

To Coach Kopp: A three-foot victory cigar and a whole squadron 
of unbreakable quarterbacks. 

To Coach Prohovich: A dictionary of Brooklynese including his 
favorite dese's and dose's. 

To Mrs. E. Johnson and Mrs. Carney for 18 years of service with 
the same sons— congratulations! 

To Mrs. Flynn, teacher-librarian and her Library staff: A bouncer 
for those overcrowded library periods. 

To Mr. Thibault and Mr. Richman, Student Council advisers: A 



handbook on how to run that "most powerful student organization 
in the school". 

To Miss Mooney: A class full of gum-chewers to make her Red 
Cross box overflow with fines. 

To Dr. Kubin: A fattening supply of phosphoglyceraldihyde or in 
"udder words," food. 

To Mr. Hendry: That he may enjoy the basketball games oc- 
casionally with an automatic ticket machine, coin-operated. 

To Mrs. Dorin: Rubber file boxes that bounce instead of crash. 

To Mr. Daniels: A scooter to save wear and tear on the feet. 

To Miss Devane: A "down" button for her elevator shoes. 

To Mr. Wielletta: To protect his eyes from the bright, sunny glare 
of the building after emerging from the dark, dungeony depths 
of S 09-8 010— a pair of adjustable contact lenses. 

To Mr. Quinn: A gold-plated dictionary and a tape recorder to 
give his lectures for him. 

To Miss Tahaney and Miss Hogarty: Two tall, dark and handsomes. 

To Mr. Amrhein: A mansion for his dogs. 

To Miss Beaulne: Another new way to spell her name— B-O-N-E. 

To Mr. Harding: A long list of unemployed seniors to help him 
fill his requests from industry. 

To Miss Tabor: A blueberry gun to threaten interruptions in her 
class. 

To Mr. French: An honorary lifetime membership in the Young 
Democrats of America. 

To Mr. McCloskey: The maschine shop left in "pretty good shape". 

To Miss Needham: A date with Senator Hickenlooper of Iowa. 

To Miss Reimerdes: A two-week vacation in Colorado and an 
ace bandage. 

To Mr. LeFlem: Dr. Stetina as a language lab assistant. 

To Mr. Fitzgerald: A. calendar marking ever minute of his 
busy day. 

To Mr. Vallely: An Italian leprechaun to wipe the chalk dust away. 

To Miss Murray: A minature diner in the busy Senior House office 
so she won't have to scurry to lunch every day. 

To Mr. Van Arsdale, our Vocational School Director: The gift of an 
automatic extractor to pull out those boys who may give him 
trouble in the future— and best wishes from the Class of 1966. 

To Mr. Gallagher, whose kindness and consideration will act as an 
inspiration for all the headmasters to come: our respect, thanks and 
affection. Of these three, the greatest is affection; for we, as 
his last graduating clas's, wish to bear witness to the unselfish devo- 
tion he has shown to all the students at Waltham High School. 

We, the undersigned, do appoint as executors Miss Darmedy, 
Mr. Winchell and Mrs. Shirley; given in the year of the Great 
Northeast Blackout, one thousand nine hundred sixty-six. 



Donna Cane 
Stephanie Casale 
Maria Davenport 
Linda LeBlanc 
Ellen Salo 
Marjorie Short 
Bruce Whitney 



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Class History 



Prologue 

Members of the Class of 1966: For the past three years you have 
unknowingly been the constant antagonists of T.H.W.A.R.T., an 
organization formulated for THE HARD WAR AGAINST REVOLUTION- 
ARY TEENAGERS. You are about to hear the full report of the 

T.H.W.A.R.T. agent (whose name must be kept secret for reasons 
of security) to his unyielding superiors. After receiving his report, 
they will decide his fate. 

OPERATION "0066" T.H.W.A.R.T. REPORT 

I first made contact with the Class of 1966 on a warm September 
morn in 1963, when I was sent by T.H.W.A.R.T. to investigate 
rumors that the incoming sophomores of Waltham High School were 
displaying not the customary aura of timidity shown in the past 
by sophomores, but definite signs of revolutionary confidence mark- 
ing a new generation! 

The first indication I observed of their frightening promise was 
the students' enthusiasm for several courses in the curriculum, in- 
cluding Russian, Spanish, Italian, speech, journalism, creative writing, 
and data processing, all being offered for the first time. 

Much to the disgust and chagrin of T.H.W.A.R.T., Waltham was 
all too successful in sports, having three teams win tournament 
berths during that '63-'64 season. The basketball team, under rookie 
coach Don Prohovich (former Holy Cross antagonist of T.H.W.A.R.T.) 
compiled a 13-7 record to bag its first Tech Tourney start since 
1957. The hockey team with its 10-3-1 season, which I disdainfully 
concede was tremendous, reached the first round of the State Hockey 
Tournament. The baseball team, dubbed the "Hitless Wonders" glad- 
dened the hearts of all Waltham High students and faculty and 
frustrated our subversive efforts by becoming the co-champions of 
the Suburban League and triumphing over Chicopee to capture the 
1964 Massachusetts State Baseball Championship, thereby winning a 
trip to the New York World's Fair. 

You masterminds here at T.H.W.A.R.T. will remember how you 
breathed a sigh of relief as the exuberant Class of 1966 dispersed 
for the summer, and how we all thought of the coming September 
with growing apprehension. 

Living up to most fearful expectations, the class returned as 
juniors to continue to thwart T.H.W.A.R.T.! As their first actions 
of the school year, they formed new clubs to satisfy their diverse 
interests, and elected class officers: President, John Graceffa; Vice- 
president, Douglas Tierney; Secretary, Sally Gorgone; and Treasurer, 
Jacqueline Vautour. 

Junior Achievement was introduced at W.H.S. and proved to 
be a boon to the capitalistic-minded students and unfortunately to 



the American way of industrial management. The influence 
Waltham High radiated southward with Eileen O'Neill as she we 
to the ROJAC convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Eileen al 
brought honor to the school through her selection as the Bost 
delegation's corresponding secretary. 

The juniors weren't content with just regional honors; th 
went after national honors, too, with the induction of 35 membe 
into the National Honor Society. And Steven Hardy, one of t 
newly-elected members, had the absolute audacity to win the F 
Beta Kappa Award— something we could do nothing about. 

Cynthia Montgomery brought further glory to the class I 
winning the Good Speech Award at the New England Drar 
Festival. 

It was at this time that T.H.W.A.R.T. began a series of bon 
scares in a desperate, but futile measure to halt '66 progress. 

By February, the members of the devastating class were ready 
relax at their Junior Prom "Made in Japan," under the compete 
direction of Chairman John Graceffa and Junior Housemaster 
Joseph Levey. As you know, T.H.W.A.R.T. nearly succeeded in havii 
the Prom cancelled by what proved to be an inadequate last-mini 
bomb scare. 

T.H.W.A.R.T. eyebrows were raised at the mass amount of mon 
won by Janet Benger, David Keeler, Sheila Burns, and Maria Chaff 
as first prize winners in the annual Kingsbury Temperance Ess 
Contest, and beads of perspiration and green complexions we 
prevalent at T.H.W.A.R.T. headquarters as even more studer 
received awards for their talents. Janet Blasioli, Karen Frostig, Sane 
Camuti, and Forest Beaton were presented art awards; Willis 
Madden, Warren Dow, Deborah Lester, Donald Gage, and Berna 
Cassie were invited to play in the Northeast District Concert. Furtr 
disheartening to T.H.W.A.R.T., Warren and William were accept 
into the extremely selective Allstate Band. 

T.H.W.A.R.T. agents at Bridgewater State College were unar. 
to extract the success formula of the class of 1966 from Girls' St< 
representative Marion Cutting. Those agents at the University 
Massachusetts had no better luck with Boys' State delegate Gregc 
McElroy. 

The cloud of depression hung even lower over T.H.W.A.R.T. hei 
quarters as the sports report came in. Nearly every team had 
winning season, and the delighted students chose the name HAW 
for the teams to hang on their banners. Girls' basketball and vollf 
ball teams, also on the ball had winning seasons, and were giv 
the name HAWKETTES. The revival of tennis proved discouragi 
to T.H.W.A.R.T. for the team not only had a winning season, fc 



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also gained the Suburban League title, regretfully undefeated. 

A barrage of awards heaped on the class members at this time, 
made T.H.W.A.R.T. thankful that the year was about to end. Hope 
waned as we observed Deborah Brackett and Arnold Epstein receive 
acceptance for summer science study by Thayer Academy. John 
Bray was selected for summer history study as Tufts University, and 
American Field Service International Exchange Program chose 
Charlotte Katz to spend her summer in Brazil, and even T.H.W.A.R.T. 
agents were unable to keep her under constant surveillance. 

We watched the 1965 graduation exercises with further trepida- 
tion as junior Joseph Qualitz was presented the Harvard Book, and 
classmates John Bray and Hugh AAasterman were cited as outstand- 
ing history students. 

Aware that we were running out of time in our battle against 
the Class of 1966, we frantically spent the summer devising in- 
sidious super-weapons, such as ejector-desks, poison pens, and 
presigned corridor passes— anything we could think of to thwart 
the American educational system. 

But their progress persisted. The students were offered bigger 
and better courses including art appreciation and Chinese history 
to stimulate their world-encompassing interests. With a definite 
determination to advance intellectually, John Kromer, Janet Benger, 
Stephanie Casale, Deborah Brackett, Albert Namias, Philip Slotnick, 
John Archdeacon, John Clarke, and Bruce Rosen took advantage of 
the Brandeis University offer to allow them to participate in some 
of the University's courses. 

The Chester Webb family greeted American Field Service .ex- 
change student, Francisco Havas from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and the 
class elected their permanent officers: President, John Graceffa; Vice- 
President, Douglas Tierney; Secretary, Sally Gorgone; and Treasurer, 
Joan Callahan. 

In an intellectual vein, the Junior Engineering and Technical So- 
ciety was formed, and Deborah Brackett and Hugh AAasterman 
achieved National Merit Finalist ratings. Waltham High again con- 
tributed to the success of the ROJAC convention by sending dele- 
gates Betty DeWolfe and Paul Bergeson. 

Socially speaking, we were sure our beautiful T.H.W.A.R.T. agents 
would outclass all female opposition from 0066; however, we were 
foiled again as AAarjorie Short, AAaria Lynn Chaffee, and Cynthia 
Rainis became semi-finalists in the Miss Teenage Boston competition. 

Infiltration by the two Radio Free Waltham sources— "This Week at 
Waltham High," edited by Sheila Burns, Charlotte Katz and Ellen 
Salo, and "The Reflector," edited by Joseph Qualitz— brought con- 
cern to the hearts of you masterminds. But strangely enough, you 



almost seemed to enjoy the Senior Play, "You Can't Take It With 
You," under the student direction of Michael O'Neill, and the annual 
A.F.S. Talent Show, "Tel-a-Rama," directed by David Keeler! 

Other honors bestowed upon the students were: the Sons of Italy 
Excellence in Italian award, presented to Marie Composto; the 
D.A.R. award, given to Donna Harris; and a nomination for the 
Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood award, won by Carl Crockford. 
At the State Speech Festival, Stephanie Casale won a gold medal, 
while Albert Namais and John Clarke, and Michael Tierney were 
selected to participate in the Student Town-City Exchange Program. 

Waltham was infuriatingly triumphant in all its athletic endeavors. 
The football team, with co-captains Vincent "Skip" Vaccarello and 
Steven Hardy, was undefeated and shared the Class A Champion- 
ship with Everett. The highlight of the season was Waltham's first 
Homecoming parade, game, and dance, during which Donna Harris 
presided as Homecoming Queen. The track, rifle, and basketball 
teams were highly successful, while the morale of the swim team 
was kept high by outstanding individual performances. The hockey 
team led by co-captains James Lexander and Erland Hardy again 
entered the Hockey Tournament, and advanced farther in this com- 
petition than ever before. 

The hyperthyroid Waltham High cheerleaders, noisily captained 
by Corrine Brown and Judith Cain, were experiencing their first 
year under the new cheerleader code. 

For the first time, the Senior Prom left the confines of Waltham 
High to be held at the King Philip in Wrenthem and along with 
Class Day and Graduation, dramatically terminated the senior year. 

I must therefore conclude (A) that "Operation 0066" was a 
complete and miserable failure; (B) that we were unable to thwart 
the Class of '66; and (C) that we of T.H.W.A.R.T. can have no 
hope of suppressing the success of the Class of 1966 in the future. 

Submitted by agent — of T.H.W.A.R.T. 

Epilogue: The unyielding superiors of said agent heard his report 
and decided his fate. Said agent is no longer with T.H.W.A.R.T., 
although we know it was not his fault! 



'0066" 



Janet Brehm 
Janet Benger 
Susan Kendall 
Charlotte Katz 
Nancy Jimjimian 
John Bray 



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Aqua City 



The multi-billion dollar contract for the building of Aqua City was 
given in 1977 to the engineering firm of St. Armand, Dow & Muise. 
It was designed by John Graceffa and Eugene Stephens, and the 
actual living areas subcontracted by Scanlon & son. 

Aqua City, in itself, is totally unique. It is a city of dreams such 
as those conceived by Mr. Foley during C block. The metropolis is 
an undersea port located 9,654 feet below the surface of the 
Atlantic Ocean, midway between Dublin and New York. Air pres- 
sure is kept constant by the supplied pressure from New York, 
Dublin, London, Lisbon, and Paris. Heat is solar and electricity comes 
by the newly-introduced air-induction conducting system designed by 
Bruce Rosen. 

Aqua City is without traffic jams, thanks to the administration of 
Richard Vittum, who, in '79, put in a flawless system of tracks for 
cars entering and leaving the city. All Aqua City was perfect, until 
the evening of November 9, 1980, the night of the big crack. 

The great hum of the air purifiers rose to a frenzied pitch in the 
maintenance room where Louis Amelia worked. It was a day like 
any other day in Aqua City in 1980, only this day was to present 
a great catastrophe to the vast underwater metropolis. The people 
of Aqua City were going about their everyday tasks. Pat O'Brien's 
Gilded Fish Dancers, Cathy Attardo, Carol Staber, Carleen Fuller, and 
MaryAnn LeBlanc, were rehearsing their new underwater dance, the 
Tripe. Robert Arsenault, head of the Merman Police Force, and his 
lieutenants, Charles Manero, Francis Rigoli, and David Peace, made 
their routine check of the city. Nuclear physicist Carlo DiGiusto 
was busy in his lab working on an experiment in which he would 
transfer Ernest Bergsfrom's brain into the body of a tuna fish. Mike 
Guzzi and Bob Gorman put the finishing touches on their under- 
water sled which cost three million dollars to construct and which 
was financed by millionaire Mike DiGregory. 

Baracuda University's president, Deborah Brackett, in affiliation 
with Aqua High's principal, Paul Bergeson, had just agreed to make 
available to the high school students the Barracuda Tutor Service. 
The original Barracuda Tutor, Paul Clare, fully equipped with beard, 
dirty sweatshirt, jeans, and sandals, had been making great progress 
with John Archdeacon Jr.'s chemistry homework. 

The Russian Ambassador of Aqua City, Vladimir Klimovicz and 
his assistant, Stephanie Casale, had just embarked aboard the S.S. 
Super Sub designed by that nautical genius, Buddy Lord, on the 19th 
attempt to convince Russian officials to free Aqua City's Aquanauts, 
James Davis and Rodney Campbell, from their prison crater on the 
moon. The following ultimatum was offered. If the prisoners were 
not released within one week, daring underwater F.B.I, agent, 
Martha Johnson, would be personally flown to the moon camp via 
collapsible pocket rocket, and proceed to destroy the entire Russian 
forces there while rescuing the pair. The F.B.I.-Fish Bones Inves- 
tigators never fail! 

Dentist, David Ramey, amused his patients, Janice Pottker and 
Lynn MacArthur, with impersonations, while his assistant Barbara 



Tushin hypnotized a prospective patient, Marie Composto, in th 
chair so the doctor could begin work. 

The Annual Secretarial Convention was being held at the Elect 
Eel Hotel owned by Tom Keilty, and managed by Fern Tanner. T 
convention had just begun when executive secretary Donna M< 
Millan arrived chewing a package of Wrigley's Spearmint gu 
Following Donna came Margaret Kaszubski and Terry Chiasson, lee 
secretaries in the firm of Richard Nicholas & Associates. Next Audr 
Lalongo, Linda Leblanc, and Linda MacLennan, reporters from T 
Da;7y Splash, walked down the aisle to their reserved seats. T 
noise subsided considerably as all eyes turned toward Betty L 
rabee who was wearing an Aqua City Original created by fashii 
designer Kathleen Nicotera. Then entered the guest speakers 
Catherine Coutu, who planned to speak on her memories of Ne 
Hampshire; and Kate Mahoney, famous for her speeches on majes 
Arizona. As Andrew Lawson adjusted the microphone to make an c 
nouncement, Paula Porier and Susan Giardina quietly walki 
down the aisle .looking for a seat, explaining to Maria Cristoh 
that their seamobile, designed by William Walker, had run out 
fuel midway between Lisbon and Aqua City. If it had not be* 
for the constant patrolling of the Atlantic Ocean by Mermen Polic 
they might never have been discovered. They spotted a seat ne 
Maureen O'Connell, secretary to the president of the Brent Bonr 
man Office Equipment Corporation. The main speaker Audr 
Gustavson proceeded, as secretary Andrea Bernardi took down t 
final minutes of the meeting. 

All the citizens of the Aqua City are indebted to Paul Corbet 
ingenious postal system which was built by the Roger Lebla 
Construction Company. Mail sent from Dublin or New York reach 
Aqua City at the incredibly fast rate of one minute when se 
through pneumatic tubes which line the ocean floor. The mail 
then sorted by the postal staff consisting of Judy MacDonald, Ma 
Skane, and Dotty Yeo. Bobby Bass, when not absorbed in drawir 
optical illusions, places the mail on .conveyor belts to be sent 
branch offices, and from there the mail is diligently transported 
homes by postal engineers, Lester Evans and Bobby Parvenick. 

Meanwhile, Sally Giacosanzio, an expert in foreign languages, w 
engaged in a heated discussion with Bill Edmonds, the Chairm. 
of the English Department at Aqua City University. Sally wanted 
have not only English but also the "dead" languages, which hi 
been so popular a few years ago, taught at Aqua City Universil 
She even had a list of prospective professors and their fields: Cai 
Chaisson— German, Bernice Gaudet— French, Joe Franco— Spanish, ar 
Leah Policronis— Greek. 

Back in Kathleen D'Acunto's restaurant, all was quiet. Waitre 
Diane laguli had just served an Octopus Float to ex-bartender Bit 
Boisvert, who was looking for work. Tom Jenkms was home watchir 
Paul Monahan's T.V. show, and Aqua City's number one disc jock< 
Vinnie Famosi was on the air. Water polo stars John Kavalesl 
David Chaisson, and Jim Lexander were practicing for the char 



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pionship meet. Bill McQuiggan, star of that new movie Batman 
Meets Whale Woman, was making a personal appearance at Aqua 
City's ultracinematic movie theater, which featured 3-D, smello- 
vision, tasteovision, feelovision, and thinkovision. 

These people were going about their typical tasks, unaware of 
the brooding cancer that was about to threaten them and their 
community beneath the ocean. The great plastic bubble that covered 
the city was weakened under the massive pressure of tons of water. 

Dr. Gary Uhlig had been warning the city officials for months 
that doom was inevitable unless steps were taken to reinforce the 
huge structure. Distinguished lady scientist Susan Chane had sub- 
mitted a plan to the city council, but the council headed by 
Kenneth Vienneau, rejected the plan considering it a "foolish waste 
of time." 

The first signs of danger were observed on the outer rim of 
the city by the customers of that famous action spot, "Barnacle 
A-Go-Go." Inside the club, owned by Mr. John Gollinger, go-go 
girls Margaret Murphy and Sally Gorgone were dancing to the 
sounds of William Condon's band. Drummer Richard Ponte had just 
finished a twenty minute solo when in through the door rushed an 
excited Veronica Murphy, who screamed, "There's a crack in the 
bubble!" The A-Go-Go-girls, Marcia Stewart, Sally Collura, Donna 
Lembo, Carol Clark, and Dorinne Doucet, rushed off the stage 
screaming while managers Steve Behnke and Richard Nangle (who 
was in charge of issuing the keys, a tradition begun back in 1966 
by something called a bunny club) were trying to reassure the 
frantic girls. Rushing outside were eminent playboys, John Carney, 
Rick Adams, and Bob Fasulo, stunned to see water seeping through 
a split in the plastic bubble. 

Immediately, upon hearing of the break, Mayor Vittum contacted 
Alan Amiralian President of the United States by urgent telegram 
to inform him of the dilemma. Struck by the weight of this tre- 
mendous problem, President Amiralian summoned his most trusted 
White House Aid, Doug Tierney, to his private office. After forty- 
eight hours of strained seclusion, the pair arrived at a momentous 
decision. "This is an emergency!" 

The Daily Splash lost no time in recording events. Staff pho- 
tographers, William Lyons and Gary Freedman, were snapping pic- 
tures from the 91st floor of the John Haddock Building. Ellen Salo, 
editor-in-chief, rushed between the secretaries of her staff, Babara 
Hines and Mary Cincotta, trying to keep things in order. 

Fashion Coordinator, Diane Gleason, to announce the imminent 
danger, burst onto the floor of her fashion show in which Joan 
Callahan and Pat Scannell were modeling her spring collection of 
"Underwater Undies," throwing the ladies into spasms of hysteria. 
Little Steph Ballo, injured in the stampede to the exits, was rushed 
to Aqua General Hospital where her nurse, Julie Taranto, reported 
her in good condition. Steph was surprised to see her old class- 
mate Beverly Laforte who was the head nurse, talking to Jam's 
Gallagher, the nurse at the desk. All at once patients Alan Hop- 
wood, Martha Issacson, and Donna Morine rang their emergency 
bells to find out what was going on. 

Panic had spread like a contagious disease throughout Aqua 
City. The modern systems were breaking down from the over- 



load on the emergency generators. Suddenly, Frank Uttaro, driving 
his 1972 Juicemobile, was hurtled sixty feet from his car and 
landed in the arms of Christine Sennett, who immediately reported 
him to Lost and Found. Dogcatcher Bill Madden and model Margie 
Short were tuning up their tuba and guitar for the Annual Amateur 
Percussion Competition when the lights went out. Said Bill to 
Margie diplomatically, "Hey, the lights went out!" The highway 
tracks were stilled. Joe Juppe and Reggie Cormier on their way to 
Paris because they couldn't get enough of that Sugar Crisp, were 
stalled a mile below the surface of the Atlantic, and had to sus- 
tain themselves on Camuti and Brown's crisp and brown cookies 
and brownies. 

Street lamps were being repaired by John Steber, city light bulb 
replacer, who was making little headway. Paul Howes and John 
Burns, electrical contractors, were called in to check for short 
circuits. Robert Desimone, safety engineer, and Jack Evans and Tom 
Abel of the fire department's electrical division, set out to fix 
the machinery that ran the air purifying system. Bobby Code and 
Bob Wheeler, eminent breathing experts, made sure the air supply 
was kept constant. 

One by one, as the power of the generators diminished, the soft 
glow of lamps turned to darkness. Automobiles were lined up 
thousands of miles on all five of the tunnel tracks. All lights went 
out. The tunnels were black. The air inside the huge encasement 
became stale. The people, in their confusion, went back to their 
homes and sat silently, waiting for the end, realizing that the 
second panic would be fatal to all. Water stopped dripping; 
children stopped crying. Only Ken Bardsley, Rick Catino, and Bob 
Passerello could be heard, rolling dice down in the back of the 
Barnacle. 

Silence. Stagnation interrupted only when Bucky Whitney, in trying 
to repair the traffic signals, turned every stop light in the city 
green. The jam remained when the power was shut off again. 
All was more still and silent. 

Ann Quirt sent in a mercenary army under the command of that 
great strategist Barb Leard, but to no avail. If Aqua City was not 
destroyed by flood, it would be destroyed by its own inhabitants. 

Mayor Richard Vittum sent out an urgent plea for help and 
finally help came. An anonymous genius had discovered a way to 
patch the crack in the bubble. It was a daring plan that called 
for the services of a daring underwater expert, so naturally the 
one man for the job was Ralph Gaudet. All Aqua City had their 
fingers crossed as Ralph went through the air lock with the new 
type of plastic cement that the anonymous scientist had discovered. 
Tense hours later the ordeal was over. The crack was sealed, and 
Aqua City was saved. Cries of praise went up for the unknown 
scientist. Who was this genius who had saved the city? An an- 
nouncement went out over all TV stations in Aqua City for this 
great man to show himself and receive due credit. The next day a 
sealed envelope was delivered to the mayor's office. In an official 
ceremony the envelope was opened by the mayor on a special mid- 
morning Gallagher-Levey Broadcast. The eyes and ears of Aqua 
City were upon the mayor as he read the message from their 
unknown benefactor. The letter read simply: "COMPLIMENTS OF 
RUDY BICKLE." 



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Students on W.H.S. campus 



Things we learn in Gym 




What, me worry about a deadline! 




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Don't look at us 



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Come home, Tom. 



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Vocational 







SENIORS 



Vocational Secretaries 






MRS. LAWLESS 



MISS GRACEFFA 



mrs. McCarthy 



Vocational Class Officers 




Thomas Burke, Secretary-Treasurer, Bruce Whitney, President, William MacDonald, Vice President 



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Vocational Committees 




Safety 
Committee 



Eugene Stevens, Kevin McCabe, Robert Lopez, Paul 
Walsh, William Fraser, Patrick MacDonald 



Youth Advisory 
Committee 

Bruce Whitney, John MacFarland, Thomas Burke 





Vocational 
Views 



Thomas Able, Eugene Stevens, Patrick MacDonald, 
William Walker, Anthony Gorgone, Robert Passarello 



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Student Government Exchange 



Class Gift Committee 





Vocational Yearbook Staff 




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Distributive 
Education 



Claudia Pitre 
Geraldine Pitts 
Anthony Rigoli 
Deborah Rutledge 
Nancy Salamone 
Ronnie Sullivan 
Robert Code 
Robert Doucette 



Rose Falzone 
Carol Gatta 
Romeo Goguen 
Gladys Leate 
Mary Deane AAargeson 
William Morgan 
Hazel O'Hara 
Charles Papia 



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Seniors 




John Maher, Eugene Stevens, Richard Putman, Daniel Cormier, Russell Grenier, Gary Fuchs 



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Auto Mechanics 





Seniors 




Joe Mroszczyk, Robert Fiore, Gerald Fucci, Antonio Pulsone, Mike LeBrun, Bruce Janson, Charles Kaufman, Bob 
Wheeler, Anthony Bonica 



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Carpentry 





Seniors 




Robert Passerello, Dennis Fligg, Thomas Burke, James Carpentino, Weldon McLean, James Quirk, Bruce Pomelow. 



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Electronics 




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Seniors 




Walter Mclnnes, Gehrad Chasion, Wane Alterisio, Ronald Doucet, William Frasier, Jack Evans, Anthony Gargone 



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Machine 





Seniors 




Stephen Stepanian, Ivan Weatherbee, Paul Richard, Bruce Whitney, Ronald Stuart, Kevin Wyman, Paul Walsh, David 
Fuller, James Muise. 



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Seniors 




Charles Lamonte, Paul Travaline, Alfred Raimondi, Paul Peters, Steven Wellman, William Walker, James Coll. 



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Printing 





Seniors 




Ralph Chersonsky, Steven Leonard, Thomas Abel, Ronald DeVincent, William Thompson, William Wright, Ronald Powles- 
land, Walter Le Blanc, Robert AAoran, John Chisom, Peter Back, Salvatore Scafidi.„ 



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Welding 





Seniors 




Kenneth Bardsley, Thomas McAndrews. 



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Roman Holiday 




THE GRAND MARCH 




Class 

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PRINCESS DEBBIE 
AND HER ATTENDANTS 




Janice Texiera, Deborah McCullough, Pamela Ross. 




They could have danced all night. 



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Junior 

Class 

Officers 



W02 

Mr. Wielette 



Row /; K. Aykanian, J. Ansara, L. Antico, K. Arse- 

nault, AA. Casey, C. Anderson, 

Row II: M. Andrews, P. Ansara, L. Arsenault, G. 

Aborn, M. Alesse, K. Arsenault, E. Arsenault. 

Row ///.- A. Ackerman, B. Baker, F. Archdeacon. 








W03 

Miss Saltman 



Row /: C. Busa, C, Arizmendi, P. Baia, P. Bassing, J. 

Black M. Blanchet, J. Buckley, 

Row //.- E. Bastarache, T. Bannon, D. Babb, C. Barnes, 

M. Burke, S. Burke, A. Buonomo, 

Row ///: L. Bartleman, R. Barber, C. Baker, R. 

Barnard, J. Barry, N. Block. 



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W04 

Mr. McKnight 



Row /.- J. Bonica, L. Beaudet, L. Bouchard, R. Beal 
H. Beck, M. Beck, C. Bella, J. Beran, H. Bernstein, 
Row //.- M. Berberian, E. Belliveau, R. Bowen, W 
Berry, D. Bentley, K. Burley, R. Belida, R. BurkeSs. 



W06 

Miss Moser 



Row /.- P. Castellano, C. Boyd, A. Casella, K. Bor- 
raelli, C. Biondo, B. Bradley, K. Brandt, T. Brazell, 
Row //.- D. Calson, C. Brown, S. Boynton, D. Castel- 
lano, C. Brophy, B. Casella. 

Row ///.- J. Cacciatore, B. Binchler, J. Bagnall, J. 
Casella, S. Boyd, 





W07 

Mr. Robert 



Row /.- J. Caruso, R. Laney, R. Cannistraro, S. 

Cardillo, M. Caruso, B. Cavanaugh, C. Caminiti, J. 

Cameron, 

Row //.- D. Cavicche, P. Caruso, K. Caragulian, C. 

Caisey, G. Ward, L. Campobasso, B. Benson, D. 

Carty, D. Hughes. 



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W08 

Mrs. L Stone 



Row /.- R. Carpentino, M. Cutler, K. Clifford, N. 
Cummingham, S. Colangelo, AA. Cericola, A. Collette, 
D. Cericola. 

Row //: P. Cedrone, M. Cuerdon, D. Clark, W. Cloran, 
J. Carney, J. Colantropo, AA. Carey, R. Coleman, P. 
Collura, M. Cusano, R. Clark. 





W09 

Mrs. Wilkes 



Row /: K. Champagne, P. Coy, L. Cox, L. Cormier, 
J, Chaisson, L. Chase, L. Cormier, AA. Chartier, D. 
Connolly. 

Row //.- A. Chase, D. Coxall, L. Correia, L. Chamber- 
lain, R. Cook, B. Constatine, D. Coughlin, J. Chapman, 
AA. Chagnon. 



W101 

Mr. Regan 



Row I: A. Chittenden, AA. Pitre, D. Delano, S. David- 
son, D. Daly, L. Davis, H. David. 

Row //: P. Delesa, R. Chaisson, D. DaAAarco, D. 
Destario, J. Dersrosius, P. Dupuis, L. Cybulski, Y. 
Chin, P. Chiasson. 

Row ///.- R. Collins, AA. Cincotta, J. Collett, A. Dahl, 
R. Daddario, R. Delaney, R. Deneault. 




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W103 

Miss Tobin 



Row /.- L. Fletcher, I. Doucet, C. Doucette, D. de 
Haas, L. Dommings, K. Driscoll, B. Famosi, G. Dins- 
more. 

Row //.- AA. De Profio, AA. Di Tommaso, D. Doyle, S. 
Etkind, R. Erickson, M. Dozois, AA. Fagan. 
Row /I/.- A. De Wolfe, F. Doorakian, S. Defino, D. 
Farnsworth, T. Doyle, AA. Doucette. 





W104 

Mrs. Cook 



Row /.- P. Frese, E. Avery, N. Filasa, S. Foley, S. 

Ferraro. 

Row //: S. Flynn, R. Gaudette, J. Furbush, R. Fuller, 

P. Flynn 



W105 

Mr. Levesque 



Row /.- L. Gillespie, P. Gunthier, AA. Gagnon, J. 

Gilbert, J. Giardina, S. Grenier, P. Garrigan, A. 

Gero, S. Grenier, V. Giungno, AA. Giorgianni. 

Row //.- D. Gordon, J. Griffin, D. Goyette. B. 

Grimes, C. Gauvin, A. Grant, B. Howard, R. Gray, 

B. Grillo, J. Genova, A. Goldman. 

Row ///.- F. Gracia, B. Gullotti, B. Gullotti, AA. Fahey 

P. Gardner, P. Gruter, P. Garber. 




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W106 

Miss Babb 



Row I: C. Owens, D. Orifice, K. O'Toole, J. Newis, 

J. Nedza, M. O'Brien, L. Palerno. 

Row //: T. Norton,' T. O'Keefe, L Nowlan, P. Palmer, 

M. O'Malley, C. Pavone, R. Orifice, J. O'AAara. 

Row III: W. Nolan, R. Palumbo, P. O'Connor, J. 

Pantenella, G. Oullette. 



W107 

Mr. Curry 

Row ?.- B, laguli, C. Larroiss, J. Kneeland, J. Herch- 

feld, R. Kilgore, S. Kyte, G. . Kyte, G. Johnson, D. 

Kaufman. 

Row //: D. Nix, L. Gauthro, M. Joyal, J. Kelly, S. 

Jais, W. Jackson, R. Kierstead, P. Julist, C. Johnson, 

M. Johanson, R. Jones. 

Row ///.- L. Karamas, D. Kingsbury, P. Juliano, C. 

Uttaro, D. Nevard, N. Neu, D. Noke, D. Ingersol. 





W108 

Miss Bliss 



Row /.- W. Hubler, E. Hennessy, J. Howes, S. Haines, 
E. Halloran, M. Hurley, G. Holman, 
Row //: R. Hagokian. G. Harvey, T. Hieth, R. Hill, 
S. Heorick, A. Hemmerlin, T. Hines. 



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W109 

Miss Dolan 



Row /.- S. Lovequist, AA. Landragan, C. Lebreton, J. 
LeMay, P. Ledger, K. Lazaro, C. Cappadona, S. 
Landry M.- LeBlanc, R. LeBlanc, N. Bowler, P. Leonard, 
T. Lombardi, J. Lazaro, P. Laydon, P. Lamport E. 
LaMarca. K. Connally, D. LaHaise, J. Leonard 
Row ///: S. Lopez, J. LaFort, F. Leary, S. Lovejoy, 
H. Louser, D. LaShane, AA. Lenza, D. Lowell 



who 

Miss Gero Koulis 



Row /.- D. AAacleur, S. AAaquiver, H. Mali, L. Mason, 
T. Marshall, M. A. Marorno, P. Masterson. 
Row //.- G. Leonard, D. Martin, C. Matareli, L. Mac- 
Donald, S. Malloy, D. Marelli, P. Lillis. 
Row ///: R. Magazoo, S. Mahoney, M. Martin, P. 
Manzon, B. MacNeil. B. MacLeod 




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Mrs. Judkins 



Row /.- C. McElroy, M. McHugh, K. McHugh, D. 

Mure, C. McAuliffs, B. Murphy, B. Murray, J. 

Muphy. 

Row //.- M. McGuire, B. McGovern, D. Mullen, N. 

McGuire, E. McCarthy, D. McCullough, M. McCartley, 

P. McNamara, J. Mullaney. 

Row ///: M. Murphy, D. McNamara, R. MacKenzie, 

S. McGiver, F. McAvoy, G. MacDanald, F. McHugh, 

B. Murphy, A. McGovern 



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W112 

Mr. Tyner 



Row /.- ,D. Navien, L. Mitchell, J. Miele, J. Morrison, 

C. Mermelstein, B. Nason, S. Merrill, S. Moy.. 

Row //.- R. Nardone, A. Medeiros, N. Myers, P. Mon- 

taga, M. Narghton, C. Marreale, R. Milipto. 

Row III: L. Mesite, P. McCassie, S. Nagle, K. Moores, 

B. Morrison, J. Morin, P. Montgomery, R. Miller. 










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W203 

Mr. Blossom 



Row /: C. Paquette, J. Parvenik, D. Porter, S. Perna, 

D. Page, P. Page, P. Pratt, J. Pheeney. 

Row //.- A. Parrella, P. Pomeroy, I. Patterson, K. 

Perperas, S. Plamondon, J. Poldoian. 

Row ///: R. Poresti, S. Proia, G. Pintabone, M. Zakua, 

R. Phillips, P. Pilicy, E. Papa 



W205 

Mrs. Reck 



Row /.- M. Stone, E. Sauve, D. Sabbetti, E. Santangelo, 
B. Rhodes, D. Stevens, Carol Pilon. 

Row //.- N. Rhodes, J. Saulnier, M. Salanone, M. 
Slamin, D. Ryberg, B. Sarno, G. Scalise, L. Richards. 
Row ///: W. Scott, P. Stempson, R. Rivers., K. 
Reade, J. Stoney, W. Salpietro. 




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W206 

Mr. Sullivan 



Row /.- A. Silva, J. Sinclair, L. Smith, S. Swanson, J. 

Suter, E. Seidman, M. Scheier, 

Row //: W. Shinnick, P. Sharkey, I. Schlager, S. 

Spaulding, E. Smith, J. Smith, R. Sellers, H. Sneider, 

W. Sweet, 

Row //).- M. Strum, D. Smith, J. Susi, R. Summer, I.. 

Shelly, F. Strazzullo, N. Scioli, R. Smith. 





W207 

Mr. Foley 



Row /.- E. Sinclair, C. Sinclair, B. Toohill, E. Thide- 

mann, S. Sinclair, K. Toy, J. Texiera, H. Theos, J. 

Testa, 

Row //: M. Tomao, P. Teri, C. Thambash, P. Tabot, 

C. Thompson, J. Sinerate, 

Row ///.- E. Torallo, F. Tortulano, R. Snowbridge, P. 

Toombley, L. Vanaria, K. Vasselin, T. Tierney. 



W209 

Miss Koledo 



Row /: P. Phillips, E. Wolfe, P. Wall, G. Whalen, B. 

Walsh, C. Walker, C. Wadman, K. Vail, M. Wellington, 

P. Wrye, B. Zukatynski. 

Row //: D. Viscione, J. Viveiros, D. Priest, P. Yetten, 

H. Vannasse, AA. Warren, R. Warren, B. Wheller. 

Row ///: G. Walsh, D. Walsh, D. Weidenfeld, R. 

Walker, W. Welch, D. White. 




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W211 

Miss Devane 



Row /: L. Rollo, L. Ramberg, C. Radosto, J. Russo, R. 
Rayne, L. Qualters, K. Rocky, G. Resnikoff, AA. Russo, 
V. Ziveig 

Row //.- P. Ross, M. Russo, G. Priest, F. Yorston, C. 
Rofferty, L. Raines, N. Rando, L. Rochleau, AA. Rochon. 
Row ///.- D. Ravalli, C. Ruggles, D. Rundlett, G. Russo, 
J. Rodrigues, B. Rochatka. 





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Mr. R. Collins 



Row /.- T. Arsenalt, R. Aslanian, P. Affleck, L. Availes, 

E. Ballo, J. Anderson, R. Baker, M. Allen. 

Row //: J. Arsenault, J. Aucoin, L. Arsenault, L. Ar- 

senault, L. Arico, O. Anthony, J. Allison, D. An- 

nunciata, T. Arizmendi 

Row ///: J. Aucoin, K. Barnard, K. Smith, W. Adams, 

D. Barnes, L. Abbandanzio, T. Aubis. 



S02 



Miss Tabor 



Row /: R. Bearesto, B. Blackman, V. Bihrikis, C. Berly, 

S. Bennett, J. Bonny, J. Boudeneau. 

Row //: L. Berg, K. Belliveau, A. Beron, M. Bogle, 

G. Bastarache, A. Boudreau, D. Bourgeois. 

Row ///.- F. Blackwood, D. Beckwith, J. Barry, C. 

Bonica, J. Blanchard, R. Boucher, A. Berkman, M. 

Beaver. 





S03 



Miss Thornton 



Row /: D. Breau, N. Bright, E. Burns, V. Campobasso, 
Miss Thornton, C. Bry, N. Caramanica, D. Brannley, 
J. Bryell. 

Row //: J. Gallahan, J. Burke, J. Callahan, J. Can- 
ning, J. Burke, C. Boyd, A. Boyce. 

Row ///: J. Caramanica, M. Bresia, P. Cameron, J. 
Boyl. 



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S04 

Miss Paquette 



Row /.- W. Chalmers, D. Castello, E. Chillimne, D. 

Church, D. Chiasson, L. Cericola, D. Chakilis. 

Row //: J. Chaisson, M. Cimino, E. Caruso, C. Chi- 

vadone, K. Curtis, I. Cassela, J. Chiasson. 

Row ///.- P. Chandonait, N. Caramanica, W. Cavan- 

augh, R. Centola, F. Chin, J. Chillingarian, W. Cartier. 



S05 



Mrs. Willett 



Row /. C. Couillard, M. Clancy, A. Conte, M. Cross, 

AA. Code, L. Cyr, P. Cotoni. 

Row //: E. Cotton, R. Clark, A. Clark, AA. Clasby, AA. 

Clarke, D. Cutting, AA. Cutler. 

Row ///: AA. Collura, P. Clifford, B. Clark, R. Conte, 

R. Connors, R. Connelly, R. Conchiglia. 





S106 

Mrs. Dorin 



Row /.- A. Davidson, A. Dallare, B. Dinoff, N. 
Defeo, AA. AA. Dalla Costa, G. Darrah, S. Dint. 
Row II: E. Dasey, C. De Sisto, AA. Dahler, I. 
Derey, B. Davidson, B. Desmand, AA. Define 
Row ///.- F. Grant, R. Delusa, R. Auld, C. Demeo, 
G. DeVincent, AA. Devlin, D. Frost, P. Davis, R. 
Daniels, P. De Saulniers, P. Demarino. 



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SI 07 

Miss Snow 



Row /.- AA. Engrassia, M. Pizzi, G. Eagen, V. Dykstra, 

D. Duprez, D. Eldridge, M. Doherty, C. Dowman, 

J. Eldridge. 

Row //: AA. Poirier, E. Enos, S. Pitts, D. Danham, L. 

Danton, V. Fair, K. Doherty. 

Row ///.- D. Dow, R. Duddy, J. Doucette, R. Poirier, 

S. Dugas, R. Dunkerly, D. Falls. 





SI 08 

Mr. Peroni 



Row /.- S. Foley, L. Ferrante, L. Forgorine, L. Ferro, 

M. Fei, F. Richard, AA. Gadja, A. Fennemore, M. 

Gallager. 

Row //.- L. Flannigan, B. Fucci, AA. Ferrick, AA. Falzone, 

D. Green, L. Falone, S. Felt. 

Row ///.- L. Fraser, J. Field, E. Forbes, W. French. 



S109 

Mrs. Curtis 



Row /: B. Gibson, K. Gioigianni, S. Glidden, J. Giusti, 
S. Goodman, L. Goone, 

Row //.- B. Gladman, J. Garvin, J. Grappi, D. Jambel, 
K. Gero, R. Guadagnimo, D. Greene, H. Gouthro, 
Row III: D. Glasson, J. Generoso, S. Goldstein, S. 
Gardner, A. Gardinia, 




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S1 10 

Mr. French 



Row /.- V. Hanann, A. Hansen, E. Herlihy, A. Guigno, 

B. Hill, J. Harding, J. Handrahan, 

Row //.- P. Higgins, K. Harris, J. Herbert, F. Hoffman, 

C. Hersey, E. Handrahan, C. Hart, B. Hegarty, 

Row ///.- T. Hayes, L. Hart, J. Harwich, R. Hamilton, 
M. Hines, J. Higgins, P. Gullotti. 





S201 

Mrs. Peckham 



Row /.- S. Kaufman, D. Hurley, J. jobot, M. Kelly, L 

Juppe, L. Isaacson, C. Howe, A. lodice, 

Row //.- M. Kalayanide, M. Kelner, S. Hopkins, R. 

Howard, J. Juliano, R. lannazzi. 

Row ///.- A. Juppe, K. Jacobs, M. Jacobs, D. Janson, 

M. Johnson, S. Izzi, T. Hurst. 



S202 

Mrs. D. Stone 



Row /.- J. Lagerblade,. L. Laheman, L. Kilborn, N. 
Kruger, Mrs. D. Stone, S. LaCasse, G. Lavasse, K. 
LaRosa, C. LaMarca, 

Row //.- B. Lanthier, C. Kokidko, C. Larkins, R. Landry, 
P. King, F. Krom, K. Keohane, C. Larrabee, D. LaRose, 
Row ;//.- J. Landry, J. Kresser, B. Lazzero, C. Korner, 
S. Latorre, J. Kerdell, A. LaLime. 




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S-203 

Mrs. Pacitti 



Row /.- S. Leger, D. LeBlanc, L. LeBreton, P. LeBlanc, 

P. LeBlanc, M. LeLievre. 

Row II: A. LeBlanc, P. LeBlanc, B. LeFort, A. LeBlanc, 

P. Leach, AA. Lazaro, N. Leblanc. 

Row ///.- F. Leeber, D. Leger, G. LeBlanc, P. Lelievre, 

R. LeBlanc, 



S-204 

Mr. Guiney 



Row /.- N. Long, L. Lexander, B. Mac Arthur, D. 

Lirette, Mr. Klein, G. Lutz, M. Lesneski, P. MacDonald, . 

P. Vallely. 

Row //.- R. Livermore, D. Lombardo, L. MacKenzie, J. 

Loveren, R. Lewis, E. Logan, G. MacDonald, V. Lutz, 

R. Licato. 

Row ///: J. Lewis, R. Mackenzie, T. Lunny, R. Mac- 

Dowell, A. Lisa, M. Lupo, F. Maciezewski, J. Lupo. 





S-205 

Mrs. France 



Row /: G. Masulla, M. Marston, J. Martorilli, G. Mazzeo, 

P. MacMillan, K. Mandile, K. McDonnell, D. McDonnell, 

B. Manning. 

Row //.- J. Mahoney, J. McHugh, D. Main, J. Martin, 

P. McDonald, V. Mallozzi, W. Maher. 

Row ///.- R. Marcou, W. McCarthy, D. McGann, P. 

McGonigle, M. McConnell, K. McCluskey, C. Malone, 

P. Mancuso. 



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S207 

Mrs. Kellerman 



Row I: D. Mickalsen, S. Montgomery, J. Moody, N. 

Mulraney, K. Mullaney, C. Manero, D. Milliken, J.% 

Moran. 

Row //: B. Milligan, S. Mercurio, R. Meade, M. Mc- 

Gonigle, J. Menaker, N. Morine, P. Moldoff. 

Row ///.- A. Muir, M. Medeiros, R. Mitchell, D. Mills, 

D. McKenzie, C. Mclnnis, J. Mazzarini. 



S208 



Miss Williams 



Row /.- P. Musson, S. Noble, J. Murphy, P. Mavarro, 
S. Murray. 

Row //.- D. Narrak, R. Nason, L. Njus, T. Nocella, K. 
Murphy, D. Murray, K. Nee. 





S209 

Mrs. Kudera 



Row /.- M. Passerello, M. Paige, K. Piazza, J. Peros, 
G. O Reilly, P. Papia, L. Pereshluha. 
Row //.- W. Ormerod, D. Parker, R. Palmer, W. Pat- 
terson, W. Pederson, A. Perkins. 



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S211 

Mr. Thibault 



Row /.- D. Prince, M. Richard, C. Richard, E. 

Reardon, J. Rao, G. Polimer, J. Ribeiro, A. 

Randolfi, 

Row //: P. Reading, J. Priest, B. Reed, W. Porter, 

C. Richardson, A. Reins, S. Revesi, S. Richelson, 

P. Rando. 



S306 



Miss Reimerdes 

Row /: P.'Ruggles, W. Rose, C. Ryan, D. Rooney, M. 

Rizzo, J. St. Gernaim, A. Rose, R. Robichard, L. 

Rodes. 

Row //.- AA. Santa, R. Ruscak, D. Robertson, L. Rizzo, 

D. Roach, J. Robinson, S. Bourke, S. Saia, M. Rippin. 





S307 

Mr. Oaso 



Row /; E. Scanlon, R. Shaipero, C. Hankard, C. Scot- 
land, E. Searle, L. Shirley, G. Secord. 
Row //: R. Sarno, C. Shelly, J. Severino, F. Saul, G. 
Saulnier, K. Segal, L. Scafidi. 

Row ///.- D. Simpson, S. Slotnick, J. Shread, P. Smith, 
W. Shea, C. Schau, G. Sawin. 



S308 

Mr. Magno 



Row /: C. Spataro, S. Thomas, D. Sturtervant, A. 

Surette, P. Tobin, G. Sullivan, B. Sweeney. 

Row //: D. Stanley, H. Tate, G. Testa, P. Tierney, M. 

Susi, R. Toohil, K. Soderholm. 

Row ///.- R. Tirone, D. Stanley, E. Stevens, R. Sum- 

merhayes, A. Sweder. 





W201 

Miss Needham 



Row /.- M. Whalen, S. Ukraine, J. Webb, D. Tre- 

fonides, C. Wallase, M. Vincuilla. 

Row //: R. Vitti, W. Trudeau, C. Vaccarello, J. Tousig- 

nant, B. Waltkunas, K. Veno, C. Vanarea, D. Vander 

Wyk, G. Wessell, D. Vanaria. 

Row ///: D. Trombley, P. Valente, W. Wellman, E. 

Edmunds, W. Troie, J. Vinciullo, R. Vile. 



W204 

Mrs. G. Johnson 



Row /: R. Pilicy, A. Picard, R. Pitts, L. Worthington, 

C. Wilkins, P. Norton, K. O Halloren, N. Wolfe, C. 

Wiley. 

Row //: R. O Brien, M. Pinkhan, P. Wyskle, L. Zeno, 

J. Nutting, R. Zammuto. 

Row ///.- R. Wood, R. O Brien, P. Ziegler, D. O Leary, 

R. Nocera, R. O Connor, J. Whittemore. 




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Sophomore 
Class Officers 



Work-Study Group 




Row /.- T. Gledhill, R. Arsenault, P. Dutra, R. Melanson, Mr. Healy, Mr. Dollard, P. Talbot, D. Walsh, N. Richard, R. Caisey. 

Row /(.- R. Lassman, R. Wheeler, R. Buckely, P. Forcier, C. Pratt, B. Llewellyn, J. Porkins, C. Shea, D. Ferro, T. Masterson, E. Englehart. 



182 



Acknowledgments 

Without the aid of the many people who assisted us, producing a 
yearbook such as this one, the 1966 Mirror, would be an insurmount- 
able task. We would now like to acknowledge the efforts of all those 
who helped. 

First, our special thanks go to our advisors, Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. 
Neylon, who have given so much of their own time during the past 
months. 

For the artwork all through the Mirror, we thank the art staff which 
worked under the guidance of their advisor, Mr. Shea. 

For her many hours of patience while we used the office equipment, 
our thanks go to Mrs. Hughes. 

For the fine photography throughout this yearbook, we acknowledge 
the work of Russo Studio and Warren Kay Vantine Studios. Also we 
especially thank Gary Freedman, Bob Kelner, Don Gage, and Joe 
Franco, the members of the Photography Club. 

Finally, our thanks go to the Mirror staff, who worked to put out 
this, the best Mirror yet. 

The Mirror Co-editors 



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Friends < 



Dr. Sydney J. Allman 

Ernest G. Anderson, M.D. 

Joseph F. Arico, M.D. 

William J. Bannan Jr., Atty. 

Edward T. Bigham Jr., Atty. 

Warren R. Bolton, Atty. 

Morris J. Bordenca, M.D. 

Arnold S. Brill, M.D. 

Douglas E. Butman, M.D. 

Donald I. Campbell, M.D. 

Earle F. Campbell, M.D. 

Joseph Caravaglio, M.D. 

Lynn D. Chaffee, M.D. 

Felix Cincotta, Atty. 

Dr. Winston F. Clark 

Samuel A. Cohn, M.D. 

Edward Costello, Atty. 

James D. Eplett, M.D. 

Arthur Finn, AHy. 

Foster & Foster, Attys. 

Dr. Iriwin I. Getz 

Thomas J. .Giblin, Jr., M.D. 

Edwin W. Guiney, M.D. 

Irad B. Hardy, M.D. 

Harnish, Mansfield, Marsh and Mac Donald, Attys. 

Sanford D. Hecht, M.D. 

John P. Higgins, Atty. 

E. Stanley Hobbs, Jr., D.M.D. 

Joseph A. Holmes, M.D. 

Donald D. Hutchings, M.D. 

Jenney & Jenney, Attys. 

Francis X. Johnston, Atty. 

Martin J. Keaveney, C.P.A. 



. . ■ • ■ . 



off Waltham High 



Dr. Arthur Lanagan 
Samuel E. Leard, M.D. 
Joseph L Lewis, M.D. 
Hector M. Marin, M.D. 
Arthur E. McGrady, D.S.C. 
Dr. Alfred J. McManama 
Dr. John C. McManama 
Joseph F. Merola, M.D. 
Aldo A. Minotti, Architect 
John L Morrison, M.D. 
Gerhard J. Newerla, M.D. 
Dr. Raymond Paster 
Florentino P. Pina, M.D. 
Harold B. Reilly, D.M.D. 
Joseph G. Riley, M.D. 
John J. Ryan, M.D. 
Nicholas J. Semenza, M.D. 
James V. Smith, Atty. 
John D. Sweeney, M.D. 
Eliot A. Tanner, C.P.A. 
Eugene L Tougas, M.D. 
Dr. Anthong A. Vanaria 
Webb, Webb, & Martin, Attys. 
Dr. M. David Weiner 
Thomas P. White, M.D. 
Clinton L. Wilson, Jr., O.D. 
Frederick H. Wilder Jr., Atty. 
Dr. Warren G. Young 
Dr. Harry Zeltzer 
V. A. Zolla, D.M.D. 
Loyal Order of Moose, #1018 
Waltham Lodge of Elks, #953 



Compliments 
of 

BANNER GLASS CORP. 

805 Main Street 
Waltham, Mats. 


F. W. DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 

265 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2900 


METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

LEONARD DUBIN, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 


A FRIEND 


HUB TESTING 
LABORATORIES 

71 Massasoit Street • Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 • (617) 893-8330 

Engineers — Chemists — Inspectors 


H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY* CO., INC. 

344 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone 
TW 4-2880 


Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

692 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. TWinbrook 3-4808 


Compliments of 

RODERICK J. O'NEIL 

Optometrist 
TWinbrook 4-2444 657 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 


CARDARELLI CONSTRUCTION CO. 

143 Chaffee Ave. 
TW 4-4414 


HAMILTON'S JENNEY STATION 

786 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-9628 


Compliments of 

COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 



186 



Homeroom S-311 - Mr. DeSimone 



Grace Basile 
Janice Beagan 
Barbara Belanski 
Lorna Beckwith 



Stefan! Ballo 



Janis Tirone 



Dianne Picard 



Sheila Berg 




Mary Ann Varley 



Janet Blasioli Shirley Bowman 



John Burns 



Albert Bertrand 




Joe Brown 
Bill Boisvert 
Ernest Bergstrom 
Steve Behnke 
Cliff Broderick 
George Campbell 



Jeanne Bonazzi Carol Boucher 




Andrea Bernardi Bruce Burke 



Lorraine Boucher Paul Bergeson 



Richard Black John Ferrazzani 




87 



Room S-118 - Mrs. Shirley Murphy 

hi ! 




Lawrence Connearney 
Reginald Cormier 
David Chaisson 

Stephen Car me 
Lawrence Cardarelli 

John Cincotta 
James Corkery 

Joanne Colombo 
Paul Corbett 
Steven Condell 



Michael Dennis 
John Clark 
Ronald Clough 
Joseph Keating 
Lawrence Cormier 
Jean Corrigan 
Cheryl Wall 
Gail Bryant 
Mary Ann Chartier 
Marie Davenport 



Linda Chiasson 
Cathleen Coutu 
Eileen Coll 
Carol Clarke 
Theresa Chiasson 
Theresa Cellucci 
Elaine D'Amicis 
Karen Wolcott 
Kathleen Byrd 
Janet Cormier 



188 



TWinbrook 3-2065 



TAYTERS 

— Potato Chips- 



ELLISTON WHITMORE 
Owner 



1 1 8 Calvary Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

RUSSELL PHARMACY 

344 Newton St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 



TWinbrook 4-1900 



^Bunk 



MOVING t STORAGE CORP. 




P. E. BURKE 



I 1 3 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



189 



Compliments 
of 



l\u$$o ^Arrt S^tvidioS 



EST. 1900 



COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Photographers since 1900 



TW4-4881 



190 



Homeroom S-213 — Mrs. Counts 



Deborah Lester 
Gail Kulin 
Carol Wians 
Linda Kupelian 
Linda Kelly 
Helen Kneisel 



Robert Lisa 



Kevin Kiley 



James Lexander Daniel LeClaire 



Cynthia Williamson Thomas Kyte 



Susan Kendall 



John Kromer 



Sheila Kokidko Martha Johnson 




Robert Lesuer 
John Kavaleski 
Robert Kelner 
Richard Nangle 
Michael Nelson 
David Fogel 



Lawrence Muise Donna Lembo 



Evelyn Jackson Eleanor Keohane 



Diane lagulli Karen Krom 





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Compliments 
of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

158 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3570 



Compliments of 



MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



20 Lexington St. 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

131 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 
Telephone TWinbroolc 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS FOR THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



!92 



Homeroom S-117 - Mr. Hall 




David Ohnemus 
Paul Sharp 
Richard Nichols 
John Picariello 



Richard Aucoin 



James O'Brien 



Ralph Patuto 




Margaret Murphy 




Ellen Mearls 
Nancy Mclvor 
Sheila Monahan 
Kathleen Nicotera 
Donna Morine 



Norma McGann Marlies Willscher Joanne Morrison 



Michael O'Ne 



Anthony Piantedosi Donald Ricciato 




Robert Parvenik Diane Morrison 



David Peace Veronica Murphy 



193 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



194 



Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of 
Clothing and Furnishings 


LEVIN'S 


RELIABLE LUMBER, INC. 

All Sorts of Lumber 
42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-7441 


for the Finest in Fabrics 

22 Lexington Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-7143 


See Us First 

IDEAL CLEANERS 

581 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 
Pick Up— Delivery 

rw 3-462S Serving : Watertowir 
Weifon, U«c»ln, WaHfcam, Newten 


FLYNN & FLYNN 

411 Main St., Waltham 
TW 3-3610 


Compliments 
of 

PLAZA BARBER SHOP 


Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 


RED CROSS 
PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Wartham, Mass. 

TW 4-0034 


FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

ARCHITECT— ENGINEERS 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 


Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. TWinbroolc 
Till 9:30 P.M. 3-7358 

CHEZ ELISE 
BRIDAL SALON, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
(AT CENTRAL SQUARE) 



195 



Homeroom S-214 — Miss Darmedy 



©:0 &M 




William Edmonds 

Francis Doherty 

John Carney 

Ken Eisner 
Robert Fasulo 
Francisco Havas 
John Fitzgerald 
Ron Fournier 
Paul Fa hey 



Lesley Fox 



Debra Coxall Karen Frostig 



James Gates 



Thomas Gardiner 



Beth Phelan 



Karen Enos 



Susuan Rooney 



Norma Forcier 



Linda Eldridge 



Laura Vincuilla 



Carlo DiGusto 




Kathleen Ferriter Marie Ann Composto 



Leonard DiStefano Christine Dwyer 



Joseph Franco Donna Frary 



196 




Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but 'won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone Company . . . New England's largest 
employer. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . 
before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell 
you when and where to apply. 




j§T\ New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 



An equal opportunity cmpt' 



197 



Our sincere congratulations 
to the graduates of the class 

of "66" 

Wayne Alterisio 
Gerard Chiasson 

Ronald Doucette Mr. Daniels 
John Evans 
William Fraser 
Anthony Sorgone 
Walter Maclnnis 
Mr. St. Martin 



Room S-108 



Room S-109 



Room S-IIO 



Room S-202 



Room S-204 



Congratulations 
From 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 



Room S-205 



Room S-307 



198 



Homeroom S-017 — Mrs. Lohmann 




Patricia Bourque 
Jacqueline Vautour 
Margie Vitale 
Susan Chane 
Corrine Brown 
Judy Cain 



Joan Callahan Mary Brandt 



Sheila Burns John Carlson 



Sandra Camuti Lois Borges 




Armand Casale 



Steve Boucher 



Richard Geary 



Paul Clare 



Richard Bushway 



John Bray 



Karen Campbell Joseph Coleman Sandra Bowley John Collura 



Carol Chaisson Robert Campbel 



Jean Cappadona Benny Melanson 



99 



TWinbrook 3-1345 Justice of the Peace 
Blgelow 4-2489 Notary Public 

john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 

Insurance of Every Description 
and Bonds 

828 Moody St. Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 


BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

348-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 


KIRKLAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 

180 Bear Hill Road 

Waltham 54 < tvrL^ > Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
AUTOMOTIVE CORP. 

2 1 5 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



200 



Homeroom S-09 — Amrhein 




Donald Secord 
Joseph Walker 
John Scanlon 
Steven Shea 
Anthony Zatoonian 
Arthur Sharpe 



Jean Rand Allicia Questrom 



Teresa Poirier 



Louise Chiasson 



Ann Quirk 



Patricia Powers 



Leah Policronis 



Dorinne Doucet 



Thomas Sinclair 



Donna Ricci 



Richard Shuman Gregory Sterns 




Robert St. Amand Cynthia Raines 



John Steber Steven Sturtevant 



201 



Room S-013 - Mrs. Bowman 




Alan Amiralian 

Walter Bards ley 

Scott Bennett 
John Archdeacon 
Richard Annunciata 
Robert Bass 
Forrest Beaton 
Kevin Smith 
Robert Arsenault 
Louis Amelia 



George Begin 



Carol Baumann 



Stella Bastarache 



Sandra Asaro 



Mary Ann Taranto 



Donna Bachelder 



Stephen Affleck 



Lawrence Dion 



Marilyn Thomas 
Carol Arnone 
Diane Forsythe 
Lynda Huffman 
Cynthia Montgomery 
Barbara Almada 
Virginia Barnes 
Lorraine Arnold 
Walthea Andrews 
Linda Arizmendi 



202 



Compliments of 

WAL-LEX CAR WASH 

Wal-Lex Business Center 
Lexington Street 



B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Main St. 

Wartham, Mass. 




Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT MOTORS, INC. 

(Your Waltham Ford Dealer) 

109 Linden St. 
Waltham 

TW 4-1106 

GALAXIES— THUNDERBIRDS— FAIRLANES 
FALCONS— TRUCKS 



SCOTT'S 

Sport and Camp Shop 

463 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



203 



Homeroom S-lll — Miss Beaulne 



Pat Doherty 
Sue Drecshler 
Donna Gallagher 
Donna Harris 
Gloria Profetto 
Rita Santa Maria 



Miss Beaulne Virginia Gilbert 



Evelyn Hyder 



Janice DiGregorio Cheryl Hanna 



Bernie Gaudet William Whelan 





Nick Mariani 



Roger LeBlanc 
Steve Hardy 
John Gollinger 
Ralph Gaudet 
John Hickey 



Anne Horenstein Gerard Geary 



Edward Leonard 



Erland Hardy David DiGregorio 







204 



•fife, 


ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES, INC. 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachuetts 

Affiliates of: 

ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


^Sii^ 


II BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS J 


IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 

232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1966 

LEO GALLITANO 



205 



Homeroom S-218 — Mr. Richman 



Raymond McDonnell 
John Ravenscroft 
Joseph Santalucito 
Billy McQuiggan 



Brian AAcAAahon 



Kevin AAurphy 



Bob Renna 




Jane Truell 



Denice AAahoney 



Taylor Johnson Judy AAacDonald 



Linda AAcLennon Donna AAacAAillan 



Janice AAahoney 



Dan AAartin 




AAarion Cutting 



Bernie AAancuso 



Frances Mitchell 



Beverly Manzelli 



Jeanne Marzano 



Barbara Lewis 



Barbara Tushin 




Marsha Mansfield Mary Maloney 



Connie Mantenuto Kate Mahoney 




206 



OFFICE TEL 899-8950 



HOME TEL 899-2663 









DUCKO'S COFFEE AND SNACK BAR 

168 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

ADELCO DiGREGORIO, Prop. 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 
1910— Our 56 th Year — 1966 



LOPEZ TRUCKING, INC. 



131 Linden Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Tel: TWinbrook 3-7900 






Port Newark 

New Jersey 

Tel.: Mltchel 3-8021 




"Always 
at Your 
Service" 





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4* ftr^t 



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It's Smarter to Charter 

For All Occasions 
Call Waltham 

TW 3-7330 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON 
STREET RAILWAY CO. 

1020 Main St., Waltham 



207 






Compliments of 

COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 

125 Roberts Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 



HOMEROOM S-03 



Continuing Congratulations 
From 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 



ft 



Telephone LAsell 7-D459 



uhe ZJux Shop 



• complete line df Menb Sotmal Wear 

FDR RENTAL 

230 California Street Newtdn, Massachusetts 



FLOYD HAMILTON 

RES. PHONE 
TWlNBROOK 4-S122 



THOMAS McCULLOUDH 

RES. PHONE 

B94-37D2 



Compliments of 



ITEK CORPORATION 



1605 Trapelo Road 

Waltham 

Massachusetts 



208 






Homeroom S-010 - Mrs. Fleming 




Francis Uttaro 
Richard Vittum 
Paul Guthrie 
John Ukraine 
Kenneth Vienneau 

Al Thibeault 

Gary Uhlig 
Peter Tousignant 
Mark Webb 
Francis Scalia 



Frederick Taranto 
Skip Vaccarello 
Jim Wareing 
Pat Rizzo 
Pat Scannell 
Olive Samson 
Linda Schuessler 
Ellen Salo 
Nancy Salamone 
Robert Vezina 



Matthew Buonomo 
Linda LeBlanc 
Margie Short 
Cheryl Selig 
Elna Rebenack 

Mary Rose 
Nora Russo 
Margie Sarmanian 
Linda Poole 
Kristine Santoro 



209 



Compliments of 

RISEBERGS 



286 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



'Your Teen Store in Waltham" 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



210 



Homeroom S-216 - Mrs. Carney 




David King 
John Graceffa 
George Gero 
Donald Gage 
Richard Furbush 
Robert Frechette 
Michael Harvey 
Robert Larcome 
Thomas Handrahan 



Andrew Lawson 
Gary Freedman 
Carol Goldstein 
Sally Giacosanzio 
Maria Cristofori 
Mary Furbush 
Beverly Demeo 
Christopher Fiedler 
Marshall Jenson 
Margaret Walker 



Deborah Gallagher 



Sally Gorgone 



Nancy Gledhill 



Ann Grasso 



Kathleen Gill 



Carleen Fuller 



Rosalie Rockey 



Regina Garber 



Janice Devlin 



211 



Compliments 
of 

ROOM S-II3 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM W-103 



Best of Luck 

from 

ROOM W-lll 



IIC W 1 »*' O" 






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OF BOSTON-WALTHAr 



TOTTEN POND ROAD AT RTE. 128 

(WINTER STREET EXIT 48 & 48E) 

WALTHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone: 617-899-3000 



R&Atau/WLnt Lounge. 

SvQAmrning Pool 



Ben DlzJLU 



Innk<mp2A 



Best Wishes 
From 

PERRY PONTIAC CADILLAC, INC. 

1055 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3600 

Pontiac — Cadillac — Tempest 
Sales Service 



212 



RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



2 I Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



213 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 



GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 



600 Main St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 



424 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 



69 E. Central St. 
Natick, Mass. 



846 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-2100 



214 



CONGRATULATIONS— BEST WISHES— 

TW 3-2343 
Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY 



Heating — Cooling — 
General Sheet Metal 



I I Bacon Street Waltham 54, Mass. 



TWINBROOK STATIONERS 

9 Moody Street 
Waltham 

899-8840 



HOMEROOM W-2II 



WEST END HARDWARE CO. 

901 Main St. 
TW 3-029& 



Many Congratulations 
from 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 



Room S-215 - Mrs. Roby 




Charles AAanero 
Francis Rigoli 
Lawrence Proia 
William Madden 
Mario Lituri 



Gary Mackin 
Thomas Mareno 
Joseph Qualitz 
Janet Lenza 



Ruth Leavitt 
Maria Lombardo 
Kathleen MacDonald 
Dorothy Lyons 



Beverly Lawler 
Sharon Lally 
Barbara Leard 
Loxi Keith 



215 



Compliments 
of 

RINEHART FUNCTIONAL 
HANDWRITING SYSTEM 

764 Main Street 
Waltham 
893-6078 


DIAMONDS WATCHES 

MARCOU JEWELERS 

3 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 
HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY 


"Yiur Favonte Yarn Store" 

CONGRESS TEXTILE CO. 

102 School St. 
TW J-7712 


LEW'S FASHION SHOPPE 

"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 


RELIABLE LUMBER, INC. 

All Sorts of Lumber 
42 Emtrjon Rd. TW 3-7446 


Best Wishes 

THE GIANT STORE 

1370 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


WALTHAM 
PHARMACY 

757 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-7980 



216 



Homeroom S-115 — Mrs. K. Murphy 




Bruce Kennedy 
Donald Merida 
Lawrence Hill 
David Keeler 
James Scafidi 
James La Cava 
Robert Hinckley 
Wayne Morgan 
David Edmunds 
Thomas Jenkins 
Leslie Harper 
Mark Keenan 
John Bace 



Paul Monahan 



Thomas Keilty 
Robert Keyes 
Charles LeBlanc 
Margaret Kaszubski 
Margaret Keane 
Margaret Horrigan 



Joanne Goode 



Mary Ann Lentini 
Linda Keefe 
Constance Long 
Martha Isaacson 



Susan Giardina 



217 



Compliments 
of 

PA 1 NO-LA CAVA 
CONTRACTORS 


Compliments 
of 

ATLANTIC BUSINESS FORMS 


THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 

Formal Wear 
647 Main St. TW 3-0912 


B. J. POOLE 

We Buy and Sell Used Cars 

185 Prospect Street 
TWinbrook 3-3900 


DOMENIC'S MARKET 

525 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-1099 

FREE DELIVERY 


GEORGE S. FOX 

Gasoline and Lubrication 

• SALES AND SERVICE 
WAtertown 4-9786 640 Arsenal St. 



18 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 



HEWLETT 



PACKARD M SANBORN 

MM DIVISION 



Manufacturers of Electronic Measurement 



Equipment for Medicine and Industry 



Route 128 in Waltham 



219 




Compliments of Distributive Education 

Class of 1966 



Robert Code 
Robert Doucette 
Kathleen Doyle 
Rose Falzone 
Carol Gatta 
Romeo Goguen 
Gladys Leate 
Deannie Margeson 



William Morgan 
Hazel O'Hara 
Charles Papia 
Claudia Pitre 
Gerry Pitts 
Tony Rigoli 
Debbie Rutledge 
Nancy Salamone 
Ronnie Sullivan 



220 




SUBURBAN 





SCHOOL 



FULL SECRETARIAL AND 
SHORT COURSES 

OPEN ALL YEAR, 
DAY AND EVENING 

STANDARDS — HIGHEST 

RATES — MODEST 

LOCATION — CONVENIENT 

FREE PARKING 



Hiioodooono 
ooooooooooo 

OOOOOOOOOOK 
QOOOOOOOOflOqi 




TWinbrook 4-1245 
267 Moody Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

"Where kind and competent teachers help you be- 
come a new person with new skills." 



221 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM S-OI 


Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 
653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


ADCOLE 
CORPORATION 

330 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


Compliments 
of 

ROOM S-02 


Best of Luck 
from 

ROOM S-203 


Compliments 
of 

ANDERSON FLORIST 

196 Moody St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 4-1843 


"A woman of beauty is a joy forever" 

JO-ANNE'S BEAUTY STUDIO 

Your Appointment 
Date 

Time 

—Open Thursday and Friday Evenings Until 9 — 

TWinbrook 4-6656 

243 High St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM S-208 



222 



Compliments of 



V. OLIVO & SONS, INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



107 Central Street 



Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS 



223 



Compliments 
of 

THE FUTURE 
NURSES OF AMERICA 


Compliments 
of 

GENERAL 

BAKING 

COMPANY 


Good Luck 
from 

ROOM W-205 


Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
Waltham 


BANKS SQUARE 
FRUIT & PRODUCE 

979 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4707 


TEL. TW 3-0654 jtfs*^ 

BENNET R. O'NEIL |j3cJ 

Guild Optician 

742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM W-206 


PAGE BROS. COMPANY, INC. 

ION Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Fuel Oils Burner Service 

TW 3-7200 



224 



Room S-112 - Mr. Opie 




Robert De Simone 
Mark Coen 
Donald Demoy 
Michael Di Gregory 
Louis Deneault 
Jeffrey Coburn 
Francis Lord 
Carl Crockford 
James Dalfino 
John Rippin 
Richard Cooney 
Roland Dion 
Marguerite Vasselin 
Ann Collura 
Deborah Deagle 
Rosemary Cincotta 



Warren Dow 
Francis Cotton 
Robert Cox 
Betty De Wolfe 
Barbara Deveau 
Susan Dunn 
Patricia Duffer 
Barbara Douglas 
Mary Cincotta 
Sherry Coleman 
Maria Lynn Chaffee 
Andrea Economo 
Yvonne Di Nauta 
Paul Cuerdon 
Jean Dennison 
Mr. David Opie 



225 




226 



TW 4-0240 RES. TW 4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 

GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS 

GIFT WRAP 

CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 

J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. Waltham 54, Mass. 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbroolt 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 

KEVIN RITCEY 


Compliments 
of 

SYLVANIA 
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 

Government Systems Management 

for 
General Telephone & Electronics 


Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1966 

From 

RANDOLPH & BALDWIN 
MACHINE WORKS, INC. 

100 Felton St. 
TW 4-2157 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 


DURRELL 
ELECTRONICS, INC. 

922 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7020 


Best Wishes 

to the Class of 

1966 

KING INSTRUMENT CORP. 

23 Fox Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-5110 


Compliments 

of 

PROFESSIONAL 

PHARMACY 

831 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWinbroolt 9-2300 


ROY JOHNSTON 

929 Main St. 
TW 3-4975 



227 





Homeroom S-217 ■ 


- Mrs. Salerno 






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Michael Plamondon 
Buddy Shadrawy 
Paul Marobella 
Robert Priest 
Doug Tierney 
Carl Reynolds 
David Ramey 
Richard Ponte 
Francis Aucoin 
Bruce Rosen 
Carol Phelan 
Sandra Peters 
Doris Njus 
Sonja Pass 
Steve Ramberg 
David Terrasi 



Robert Romaniecki 
Barbara Peluso 
Paula Poirier 
Ellen O'Reilly 
Maureen O'Connell 
Eileen O'Neill 
Deborah Muise 
Cheryal Leskoski 

Carol O'Brien 
Sis O'Neill 
Patricia O'Brien 
Frances Papia 
Nancy Peters 
Rel Lincoln 
Kathleen Pintabone 



228 



Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 



W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



506 Main St., Waltham 

TW 4-1214 

We Can Insure Your Automobiles 



229 



ROBERT * * 
^RICHARD 



BOSTON 




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i —< 



ROBERT & RICHARD 
HAIR STYLISTS 

COIFFEURS WITH A CONTINENTAL LOOK 
COIOK COJiReCTION WORK 

BLEACHING • SILVER BL0NDIN6 • TIPPIN6 
Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



■"*: 



891 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM 



Ooen Till 10:00 P.M. Daily 
Tuts. & Sat. Till 6:00 P.M. 



893-9677 




Compliments 
of 



PARAMOUNT THEATRE 



NEWTON CORNER 
NEWTON, MASS. 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 



IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 



877 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 3-8575 



"We Give S&H Green Stamps" 



Compliments 
of 



WALTHAM 
ENGRAVERS, INC. 



230 Calvary St. 
TW 4-4149 



230 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 



702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 



MENDELSOHN'S 

469 Moody St. 
Waltham 



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(Woly/v/ BRcp^y 
Ufitziej- Jehu son 



231 



BERNARD WEINER 

HALLOWELL • PENCO 
LYON • BORROUGHS 



Alexander Steel 
Equipment Corp. 



Lockers — Shelving — Cabinets 

Automotive Bins — Materials 

Handling — Shop Equipment 

plus all other brands 

Deliver • Erect • Install 



891-5780-5781 
101 RIVER ST., WALTHAM 



232 



Congratulations 

to 

the Graduating Class of 1966 

A. W. MORANG 

Junior Housemaster 

GERARD J. BELLIVEAU 

Sophomore Housemaster 


ROOM W-207 


19 COMPLIMENTS 
OF AUTO MECH. 

CLASS 

Anthony Bonica Mike Lebrun 
Richard Catino Chas. Kaufman 
Robert Fiore Jog Mroszcyk 
Gerald Fucci Antonio Pulsone 
Bruce Janson Robert Wheeler 

Mr. Back 

Mr. Kapamagian 

Mr. Kalishman 


ROOM S-04 


ROOM S-106 


ROOM S-107 



233 




CONGRATULATIONS... 

(and by the way, 
what are your plans for 1970?) 

If they include a college degree in applied mathematics, phys- 
ics, or engineering, we would like to invite you to consider a 
career with Raytheon Company, four years from now. 

As one of the world's most diversified scientific-industrial 
companies, Raytheon's need for qualified college graduates in 
the fields of data processing, communications, components, 
appliances, and education is growing as fast as the challenges 
in these areas. 

If you think you might enjoy working with us, we'll be 
waiting for your call ... in 1970. 




234 



Best Wishes 

from 

Waltham Vocational High 

Carpenters 




Sophomores 




Juniors 



Seniors 



Tommy Burke 
James Quirk 
Dennis Fligg 
James Carpentino 
Bruce Pomolow 
Walden McLean 
Robert Passerello 
Mr. George Stanley 
Mr. Samuel Russell 



235 



FULL SERVICE BANK M^kk 



"THE 
FRIENDLY 
CITIZENS" 



:0 



:*£ 



^ALLTTKL&M 



?% *®*.m J& 




95 MOODY STREET • WALTHAM, MASS. 



MEMBER 
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION « FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 

182 High St. 
Waltham TW 4-4129 



NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 

659 Main St., Waltham 



RICH-CON, INC. 

OFFICIAL NEW ENGLAND REPRESENTATIVE 

RICHMOND SCREW ANCHOR CO., INC. 
CONVER STEEL & WIRE CO., INC. 



290 Second Avenue 
Waltham, Mass. 



Tel. 899-0779 



Compliments 
of the 



BRANDEIS COOP 



572 South St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-2214 



?36 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1966 

We knew you once as children, 
And watched you learn and grow. 
We see you now as young adults, 
As down life's road you go. 
Your future lies before you; 

It's yours to shape and mold. 
Remember all that you have learned, 
For knowledge is pure gold. 

It's a shaky world you venture in, 
We need the eyes of youth; 
To guide us and to lead us, 
In the ways of peace and truth. 

We wish you well, Class of '66, 
As you face the future's gates. 
It's yours to do with what you will — 
Good Luck, young graduates! 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE OFFICE 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. 
WELTON BROWN LOU KIRSCH, 3rd 






237 



To the June Graduates: 
Congratulations From All Your Friends at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Neighborhood Offices Serving 

NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

AND NOW IN NATICK 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 


ROOM W-02 


Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 


HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
of Aluminum Building Products 


PACKAGING FRONTIERS, INC. 

A BEMIS COMPANY 
204 Second Avenue, Watham 


Best Wishes From 
GEODYNE CORP. 

151 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2229 


CAM'S AUTO SCHOOL 

976 Main St. TW 4-1086 


JAMES B. MORAN 

PAINTING CONTRACTOR 
102 Cushing St., Waltham TW 3-8776 


NEW ENGLAND CHAIR CO. 

577 Main St. TW 3-3615 


Compliments 
of 

ROOM W-201 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM W-204 



238 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 


CO., INC. 


Contractors — Engineers 


16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 


Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '66 

From the 


Compliments of 

LUNDEY 
ASSOCIATES, INC. 




Winslow H. French— 1914 


WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 


Edward T. Englund — 1926 
Evelyn Griff Forbes— 1935 




Frank J. Mooney — 1926 


836 Main Street 


Frank J. Mooney 111—1953 



239 



AU>ert Manias 

Steven Hardy 
£iLeen O'NeiLL 
Tom feorKa 



President 
Vice President 
SLe.creto.ry 
Traa-surer 



Linda /\rizrA.er\d't 
Co-foi &<LUKa,nn 

Target Berber 



To.net B re rim 

Donna, Cane 
ftoxia* Lynn Chafe 
.'John CLarKe 

larie Ann Co>mp<*to 

I aria Christofori 
Marion Cuffing 
Deborah DeagLe 

\ulefte, Dauceffe 
[DtXrrsn bouJ 
Arnold- Epstein 

Lester Evans 






Chant otte. 
Linda Keel 
Robert Kt 

Susa.n Ke 

Beverley 
Robert" L 
James C 
Jame^ L< 
Huah Mas tertian 

Pa.fr icia f\c 

KafkLeew ftlico 
JOnja VclS£ 

fency Peter: 

Beth Lyw PkeLa 
Joseph QuaLitz 
Joseph likLfa 
frruce Whitney 



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Best Wishes 
from 

ROOM W-105 



Compliments of 
ROOM W-09 



Compliments of 

PRICE BATTERY CO. 

Division of General Battery 
and Ceramic Corp. 

Waltham, Mass. 



FOLLOW YOUR CLASSMATES 
to 

EDWARDS JEWELRY COMPANY 

246 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

School Rings and School Jewelry 

Large Selection 

Tel.: TW 3-6652 



Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 






TWINBROOK MOTORS, Inc. 



UMCOll CMTIMITU 





97 Linden St. 
HENRY BROWN 
President 



WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 

Telephone 893-7197 




^&a&&xy^ J^)^tzdck>- 



SO 



Telephone 
TWinbrook 4-6161 



FLORIST 

225-229 High Street 
Waltham 54, Mast. 



J. 



G. 



AKILLIAN INC. 

REAL ESTATE 



Congratulations 
from 

ROOM W-104 




JOHN G. AKILLIAN 
Realtor 

61 1 Trapelo Road 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWinbrook 4-6650 



Best of Luck 
ROOM W-IOI 



241 



CLASS OF 1966 

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
FOR A HAPPY SUCCESSFUL FUTURE! 



Jlawsie+ice jf. Sellf Real Citcde 



Friendly Reliable Service Since 1950 

17 ELM ST., WALTHAM 
TW 4-0802 



242 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Class of '66 

ROOM W-109 


SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE CORP. 

1017 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-7336 


WALTHAM COAL & OIL 
CO. INC. 

691 Main Street 

894-0116 

Complete Oil Heating Service 


Congratulations 
from 

ROOM W-203 


Compliments of 

WAL-LEX 
RECREATION 

60 Bowling Alleys 
Largest Roller Skating Rink 

In New England 
Most Picturesque Golfland 

Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



243 



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Best Wishes 


From 


Auto Body Department Waltham Vocational 


Mr. Viscarello Mr. Scimemi 


Dan Cromier Bob Gallagher 


Gary Fuchs Emile Mail let 


Russ Grenier John Lane 


John Maker Paul Lembo 


Dick Putnam Tom Papia 


Gene Stevens Don Sherman 


Rod Campbell Henry Buonomo 


Kevin Clasby Paul Chase 


Ed Croteau Bob Lamont 


Bob Harrington Dave Linnell 


Pat LeBlanc Gino Mola 


John Mandile Dave Sawyer 


John McFarland Jim Sullivan 


Paul Selby Bob Selmar 


Kevin Semenchuk 



244 



SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
WALTHAM 54. MASS 



James FitzGerald 

£RINTEND£NT OF SCHOOLS 



WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 

HEADMASTER 









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245 



Compliments 
of 


MacNEILL ENGINEERING 


CO., INC 


MACHINISTS 


225 Riverview Avenue 
Waltham, Massachusetts 
TELEPHONE TW 3-5100 




Compliments 


JET- VAC 


of 


CORP. 


NEWAL INC. 




Waltham Division 
Established 1850 


73 Pond Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-6800 


221 Crescent Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-4000 



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Compliments 
of 

MAIN STREET 
AUTO SALES & 
SERVICE, INC. 

Peter 

1036 Main Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


**> 


fccfe 




V 


893-9724 




893-2260 



247 



Best Wishes to the 




Class 
of 

1966 

From 

The Editors, 

Staff and 

Advisers 

of 




Oki6 Week -At 
lAJattkam J4iyh 



Charlotte Katz 
Sheila Burns 
Ellen Salo 
Mr. Richard Hood 
Eileen O'Neill 
Marion Cutting 
Janet Brehm 
Olive Sampson 
Karen Frostig 
Carol Wians 
Frances Mitchell 
Mrs. Lillian Shirley 
Norma McGann 
Nancy Rando 



Joseph Saulnier 

Karen Aykanian 

Janet Black 

Martha Wellington 

Nancy Scheir 

Mrs. Joanne Lohmann 

Laurie Shirley 

Pat Ruggles 

Susan Denk 

Robert Clark 

Warner Carlson 

Annette Ross 

Maria Chaffee 

Mrs. Barbara Willett 



248 



FAULKNER'S 

685 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Paperbacks and School Supplies 



TWINBROOK PHARMACY, INC. 

JAMES WEINER, Ph.G. 
(formerly of Harvard Drug Co.) 

I025A Main St., Waltham 
(next to the new A & P Market) 

TW 9-8247 

Waltham's Latest Professional 
Drug Store 

Prompt Delivery Service 



LAUREL GIFT SHOP 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 



128 TEN PIN 

473 Winter Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 4-1234 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1966 



MIKE O'NEIL 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



249 




AUSTIN-HEALEY 



TELEPHONE: TWINBROOK 9-<5«0 



CABLES: AUTOSPORT WAiTHAM 



HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS, INC. 



90 LINDEN STREET. WALTHAM 54. MASSACHUSETTS 



SALES 



SERVICE 



SPECIALIST MODIFICATIONS 




TURNER 



ALEXANDER CONVERSIONS 



AMICI LATINI 

Crescat Scientia Vita Excolatur 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



GREGORY McELROY 

JOSEPH SAULNIER 

CONSTANCE McELROY 

JOHN CLARK 



250 



Room S-015 - Mr. Prohovich 




Thomas Berry 
Brent Bonnyman 
Robert Campbell 
David Cincotta 
William Condon 
Mary Cormier 
Joseph De Stefano 
David Evans 



Robert La Croix 
Henry Leger 
John Pendergast 
Francis Quinn 
Robert Rockey, Jr. 
Karen Scamman 
Christine Sennett 
James Shea 



Joan Sheehan 
Nancy Silva 
Mary Skane 
Valerie Stedman 
Margaret Stevens 
Marcia Stewart 
Irene Stolowski 
Diane Strait 



Fern Tanner 
Gilda Taranto 
Julie Taranto 
Patricia Taranto 
Dennis Vasquezi 
Carol Steber 
Jonathan Weiner 
Thomas Wheeler 



WALTHAM DISTRICT 

NURSING 

ASSOCIATION 



48 Woerd Avenue 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

TWINBROOK 4-0650 



251 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-3797 



NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 



TWinbrook 4-9258 
20 Automatic Pin Setting Bowl Fast Machines 

A & A BOWLAWAY, INC. 

WALTHAM'S NEWEST RECREATION CENTER 

Proprietor 50 Sun Street 

ANTHONY J. CAMUTI Waltham 54, Mass. 



E 



CHARTERHOUSE 
MOTOR HOTEL 



Route 128 (Exit 42A) 

at Winter Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TWinbrook 9-8700 

MICHAEL M. SCHWEIGER 
General Manager 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

SUBS 
200 High St.— Waltham 

"WHERE SUBS ARE A MEAL" 



Compliments 
of 



J. F. & F. I. 

ROBINSON, 

INC 



All Forms 
of Insurance 



Compliments 
of 



WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 



252 



MASS BROKEN 
STONE CO. 

133 Boston Post Rd. 

Weston, Mass. 

TW 3-0489 


Compliments 
of 

ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 

129 Russell Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-7792 


||M DEXTER DRUG CO. 

^^L\W PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

JOHN P. DEXTER. REG. PHARM. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 


A T V 
Television & Radio Co. 

931 Main St. 
TW 3-6607 TW 3-3921 


ERICKSON'S — FLORIST 

511 Moody St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-5472 


Increasing Congratulations 
from 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 


Compliments 
of 

PETER J. CONNOLLY 

Painting Contractor 


Compliments 
of the 

F. T. A. 

Future Teachers of America 


Best Wishes 
from 

JENNY HEATING OIL 

ION Main St.— Waltham 



253 



One-Stop 
Showcase of Value 

Chevrolets Corvairs 
Chevy 1 1 Corvette 

Chevelle 
On Display at 

BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South St., Waltham— TW 4-9000 


B&B MOTOR CO., INC. 

Sales OLDSMOBILE Service 
Waltham, Mass. 


Unending Congratulations 
from 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 


NEWTON STREET 
Chevron Station 

105 Newton Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


ROBERT E. NIMS Caterer 

"Good Food Served Right" 

HILLCREST HALL 

BANQUETS J°ul° X 1°? d 
WEDDINGS Waltham, Mass. 

RECEPTIONS TW 4-2282 

TW 4-2646 



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Good Luck 
•from 

W-108 



Congratulations 
from 

THE DRAFTING DEPARTMENT 



BLANCHARD'S 
RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. TW 3-9649 



Best of Luck 
from 

ROOM W-II2 



Congratulations 

from 
ROOM W-IIO 



Compliments of 

ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
TWinbrook 3-7356 Waltham 



TOM LYONS 

Distributor 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 614 Moody St. 

TW 4-4900 TW 4-5550 

BUDGET TERMS 



Infinite Congratulations 
from 

CHI SIGMA GAMMA 



Homeroom S-114 — 



Mrs. Morris 

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Robert Mahoney 
Donald Marsh 
Paul Cormier 
James Chaisson 
Audrey lalongo 



Karen Fitzpatrick 
Arthur McKenzie 
Paul McGovern 
Walter Gustafson 
Robert Gorman 



Gregory McElroy 
John DiCicco 
Eugene Horvitz 
Paulette Doucette 
Nancy Jimjimian 



Janet Hanley 
Priscilla Fay 
Joan Jensen 
Cora Gangi 
Diane Gleason 
Marie Ferrera 



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Best Wishes 
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Compliments 
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Best Wishes to the Graduates 




Seniors 
Mr. Lando 



Sandy Demeo, Paul Walsh, Bruce Whitney, Billy MacDonald, David Fuller, 
Stuart, James Muise, Kevin Wyman, Ivan Weatherbee, Stephen Stipanian, Robert 
Beaudette, Paul Richards. 




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Tuesday, November 16 



They Knew What to Do 

Good deeds, done voluntarily and with no 
thought of reward, represent the richest of all 
personal philanthropy. When they are contrib- 
uted by young people it makes all of us who 
have faith in the essential goodness of youth 
feel particularly happy. 

« # •Then, on the holiday, a small band of Wal- 
tham High School students demonstrated re- 
sourcefulness and courage when a girl member 
of their hiking expedition suffered a leg Injury. 
Six boys acquired a stretcher, retraced steps up 
Mt. Monadnock, a cold, perilous trip in dark- 
ness. Girls assisted with flashlights on the de- 
scent in a rescue mission which took five hours. 
Back home parents were understandably 
worried as time passed. When all was over they 
had reason to be proud of how their teen-agers 
had responded to an emergency. 

The delinquents, draft-card burners, and 
the oddballs give the younger generation a 
black eye. It takes instances such as these to 
prove that most of the boys and girls are well 
motivated and ready to give the best that's in 
them when the occasion requires. 




Best Wishes 
from 

THE SKI CLUB 

to 
the Class of 1966 

Officers: 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Editor 



Advisers: 



Marc Webb 
Mike Tierney 
Chico Havas 
Cindy Montgomery 
Ellen Salo 



Miss Reimerdes 
Miss Tabor 

Events: 

1. Mountain Climbing Trip 

2. Ski Hat Dance 

3. 8 Weekend Trips 

4. Ski Weekend to Sugarloaf 
Mountain 

5. Big Beach Party 





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THE WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
BOOSTER'S CLUB 



"To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 
Waltham High School" 



CONGRATULATES 
THE CLASS OF 1966 

and 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the BOOSTERS 
in encouraging and rewarding scholar-athletics at Waltham 
High School. 

PAUL J. FAHEY, Class of '33 
President 



THOMAS W. TAYLOR, Class of '57 
Vice-President 



DAVID L MITCHELL, Class of '52 
Secretary-Treasurer 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



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"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world". 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture," 
Phi Beta Kappa Address 




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